Senator Obama Goes to Africa is the chronicle of the then-Senator's visit to Africa. Senator Obama visited several locations, some humanitarian, some political, and some personal and was documented by a film crew for the duration of his visit. Among the places Senator Obama visited is the infamous prison that held Nelson Mandela for 21 years. Another stop on Senator Obama's itinerary was the refugee camps in Darfur, seeing firsthand the effects of genocide on the people of Chad. The most personal stop on his tour of Africa is perhaps Senator Obama's emotional homecoming to Kisumu, Kenya, the home land of his father, where thousands greeted him upon his arrival. Interviews with experts on African political affairs and United States political commentators were added to offer other perspectives and information relevant to the events that take place in the feature. Senator Obama provides the overall narration for the feature, adding to the perspective presented in the feature.