As you may recall, in Obama's acceptance speech he told the incredible story of Ann Nixon Cooper. The 106-year-old got a tip from the Obama campaign and stayed up on Tuesday night to see her name mentioned by the President Elect. Cooper is a former Atlanta socialite who co-founded a Girls Club for African-American youth and taught community residents to read in a tutoring program at her church, where Martin Luther King Jr. was a pastor. She describes Obama's win as a "victory of faith over fear" and said she is relieved that things have changed so much in the past century. "After a while, we will all be one," she said. "That's what I look forward to." [AP, CNN]