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Barack Obama Retweeted ·  
Senator Chris Murphy (@ChrisMurphyCT): "The 14 kids dead in an elementary school in Texas right now. What are we doing? What are we doing? Just days after a shooter walked into a grocery store to gun down African American patrons we have another Sandy Hook on our hands."
 
Barack Obama Retweeted ·  
Steve Kerr on today's tragic shooting in Uvalde, Texas.
 
In reply to @BarackObama
It’s long past time for action, any kind of action. And it’s another tragedy—a quieter but no less tragic one—for families to wait another day.
Replying to @BarackObama
May God bless the memory of the victims, and in the words of Scripture, heal the brokenhearted and bind up their wounds.
 
In reply to @BarackObama
We’re also angry for them. Nearly ten years after Sandy Hook—and ten days after Buffalo—our country is paralyzed, not by fear, but by a gun lobby and a political party that have shown no willingness to act in any way that might help prevent these tragedies.
Replying to @BarackObama
It’s long past time for action, any kind of action. And it’s another tragedy—a quieter but no less tragic one—for families to wait another day.
 
In reply to @BarackObama
Michelle and I grieve with the families in Uvalde, who are experiencing pain no one should have to bear.
Replying to @BarackObama
We’re also angry for them. Nearly ten years after Sandy Hook—and ten days after Buffalo—our country is paralyzed, not by fear, but by a gun lobby and a political party that have shown no willingness to act in any way that might help prevent these tragedies.
 
Across the country, parents are putting their children to bed, reading stories, singing lullabies—and in the back of their minds, they’re worried about what might happen tomorrow after they drop their kids off at school, or take them to a grocery store or any other public space.
Replying to @BarackObama
Michelle and I grieve with the families in Uvalde, who are experiencing pain no one should have to bear.
 
Across the country, parents are putting their children to bed, reading stories, singing lullabies—and in the back of their minds, they’re worried about what might happen tomorrow after they drop their kids off at school, or take them to a grocery store or any other public space.
 
We've now lost one million Americans to COVID-19. It's an unfathomable loss – these folks were our parents and grandparents, our sisters and brothers. 
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Replying to @BarackObama
Getting vaccinated and boosted remains one of the most important things we can do to protect ourselves and the ones we love. If you haven't already, find a shot at a vaccination location near you at vaccines.gov.
Vaccines.gov - Find COVID19 vaccine locations near you
vaccines.gov
 
We've now lost one million Americans to COVID-19. It's an unfathomable loss – these folks were our parents and grandparents, our sisters and brothers. 
time.com/6167025/one-mi…
One Million Americans Have Died From COVID-19. Here Are Some of Their Stories
time.com
 
Barack Obama Retweeted ·  
In the wake of the mass shooting in Buffalo, NY, a horrific act of racism and violence, on-the-ground organizations and leaders are stepping up to help their community. Here are a few that could use your support:
 
In reply to @BarackObama
We need to repudiate in the strongest terms the politicians and media figures who — whether for political gain or to boost ratings — have used their platforms to promote and normalize “replacement theory” and other starkly racist, anti-Semitic, and nativist conspiracy theories.
 
This weekend’s shootings in Buffalo offer a tragic reminder of the price we pay for refusing to curb the easy access to guns. It should also serve as a wakeup call for all Americans of goodwill, regardless of party.
Replying to @BarackObama
We need to repudiate in the strongest terms the politicians and media figures who — whether for political gain or to boost ratings — have used their platforms to promote and normalize “replacement theory” and other starkly racist, anti-Semitic, and nativist conspiracy theories.
 
This weekend’s shootings in Buffalo offer a tragic reminder of the price we pay for refusing to curb the easy access to guns. It should also serve as a wakeup call for all Americans of goodwill, regardless of party.
 
I’m proud to announce the Voyager Scholarship with my friend @bchesky. We hope to provide young people with an interest in public service with some financial support to graduate college, exposure to travel, and the networks they need to make a difference. voyager-scholarship.obama.org
 
Across the country, Americans are standing up for abortion rights—and I’m proud of everyone making their voices heard. Join a march near you: mobilize.us/usow/
Replying to @BarackObama
If you can't join a march in person today, you can still get involved. Donate to a local abortion fund. Volunteer with activists who’ve been organizing on this issue for years. And vote on or before November 8 and in every election. Take action: usow.org/repro/#action
 
Across the country, Americans are standing up for abortion rights—and I’m proud of everyone making their voices heard. Join a march near you: mobilize.us/usow/
Volunteer Opportunities, Events, and Petitions Near Me United State of Women on Mobilize
mobilize.us
 
I’m a Hawai’i kid, so I’ve got to congratulate the Rainbow Warriors for their back-to-back national volleyball championships! @HawaiiMensVB, you've made all of Hawai'i proud.
 
Happy Mother's Day! I hope you all let the moms and mother-figures in your life know how much they mean to you.

@MichelleObama, thank you for being a wonderful mother and role model to our daughters and to so many others around the world.
 
Happy birthday to one of the greats, Willie Mays! I’ll always remember this conversation we had while on Air Force One during the first year of my presidency. I’ve always looked up to the Say Hey Kid, and I hope he’s having a great 91st birthday.
 
I couldn't be more grateful for all the love and support I’ve received from my mother-in-law, Marian Robinson, especially during those years in the White House when she was right by our side. We look forward to honoring her with this exhibit.
From an early age, my mom, Marian Robinson, taught me how to think for myself, use my own voice, and understand my own worth.

Ahead of #MothersDay, I’m proud to announce that the “Opening the White House” exhibit at the Obama Presidential Center will be named after her. 💕 pic.twitter.com/QDhSSRRet0
 
Here’s my statement with Michelle on the draft Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
 
Michelle and I extend our warmest wishes to Muslims across our country and around the world as they celebrate Eid al-Fitr. From our family to yours, Eid Mubarak.
 
Barack Obama Retweeted ·  
Last year, to mark 10 years since the operation against Osama bin Laden, President Obama joined Admiral Bill McRaven to reflect on the work that led to the mission, what it meant to those who lost loved ones on September 11, and more.
 
Our Great National Parks on Netflix showcases the power and beauty of the world’s most breathtaking national parks and wildlife.

I hope watching inspires you to experience the outdoors and take action to protect it. Join our Wild For All campaign at WildForAll.org.
 
We can learn a lot from what Europe is doing to improve social media. Their approach may not be exactly right for the U.S., but it points toward a path forward. nytimes.com/2022/04/28/opi…
Opinion | Europe Is Making Social Media Better Without Curtailing Free Speech. The U.S. Should, Too.
nytimes.com
 
When I hear about the courage of young leaders in our @ObamaFoundation network, I can't help but feel hopeful. Read Yuliia Sachuk’s powerful story, and learn how she’s helping Ukrainians with disabilities get to safety. obama.org/ukraine-storie…
Obama Leader Fights for Right in Ukraine
obama.org
 
Last week, I spoke with some of the young activists who have already recognized the problem that disinformation poses to our communities and are doing their part to fix it. Take a look at our conversation:
 
I was at @Stanford with the @ObamaFoundation to talk about the rise of disinformation around the world and the threat it poses to democracy. We all have a role to play here, so let’s get to work.
 
Yesterday, I talked about how we should be able to agree on some basic facts – including around issues like climate change – and how companies need to be more careful about the content they promote, especially in ads. This is a good example of progress.
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When it comes to climate change, time really is running out. Earth Day is a reminder that if we pledge to do our part and then follow through on those commitments, we can help preserve and protect our planet for future generations.
 
In reply to @BarackObama
Solving the disinformation problem won’t cure all that ails our democracies or tears at the fabric of our world. But it can help rebuild the trust and solidarity needed to make democracy stronger.
Replying to @BarackObama
It’s up to each of us to decide what we value, and to use the tools we’ve been given to advance those values. I believe we should use every tool at our disposal to secure our greatest gift – a government of, by, and for the people – for generations to come.
 
In reply to @BarackObama
Each of us has to pick a side. Do we allow our democracy to wither? Or do we choose to make it better? That’s the choice we face, and it is a choice worth embracing.
Replying to @BarackObama
Solving the disinformation problem won’t cure all that ails our democracies or tears at the fabric of our world. But it can help rebuild the trust and solidarity needed to make democracy stronger.
 
In reply to @BarackObama
As part of this, tech platforms need to recognize that they play a unique role in how people consume information, and their decisions have an impact on every aspect of society. With that power comes accountability – and the need for some democratic oversight.
Replying to @BarackObama
Each of us has to pick a side. Do we allow our democracy to wither? Or do we choose to make it better? That’s the choice we face, and it is a choice worth embracing.
 
The way I’m going to evaluate any proposal touching on social media and the internet is whether it strengthens or weakens the prospects for healthy, inclusive democracy. pic.twitter.com/jmPMO28KMU
Replying to @BarackObama
As part of this, tech platforms need to recognize that they play a unique role in how people consume information, and their decisions have an impact on every aspect of society. With that power comes accountability – and the need for some democratic oversight.
 
The way I’m going to evaluate any proposal touching on social media and the internet is whether it strengthens or weakens the prospects for healthy, inclusive democracy.
 
Disinformation is a threat to our democracy, and will continue to be unless we work together to address it. Tune in as I share some thoughts on what we can all do now. twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
 
Barack Obama Retweeted ·  
LIVE TODAY: President @BarackObama will deliver a keynote address about disinformation and challenges to democracy in an increasingly digital world at @StanfordCyber. Watch the speech live at 2:15PM CT on Twitter, Facebook, and our website: obama.org/democracy-chal…
 
In reply to @BarackObama
I've been reading up on this issue, sitting down with academics, researchers, industry leaders and former regulators, and listening to young leaders who are working to make progress.
Replying to @BarackObama
I wanted to share some of what I've read that offers useful context, solutions we can learn from, and interesting perspectives. Check it out, and then tune in to the speech on Thursday at 12:15pm PT. barackobama.medium.com/disinformation…
Disinformation and Democracy Reading List
barackobama.medium.com
 
Tomorrow, I'm heading to Stanford to deliver a speech about changes in the way we create and consume information, and the very real threat it poses to democracy.
Replying to @BarackObama
I've been reading up on this issue, sitting down with academics, researchers, industry leaders and former regulators, and listening to young leaders who are working to make progress.
 
Tomorrow, I'm heading to Stanford to deliver a speech about changes in the way we create and consume information, and the very real threat it poses to democracy.
 
In reply to @BarackObama
Part of the reason it’s hard to bring about change is because we live in a media environment that elevates falsehoods as much as truths, and divides people as much as it brings them together.
Replying to @BarackObama
Through the @ObamaFoundation, we’re working to empower and equip emerging leaders to tackle issues like the spread of disinformation.
 
In recent years, we've seen how quickly disinformation spreads, especially on social media. This has created real challenges for our democracy.
Replying to @BarackObama
Part of the reason it’s hard to bring about change is because we live in a media environment that elevates falsehoods as much as truths, and divides people as much as it brings them together.
 
In recent years, we've seen how quickly disinformation spreads, especially on social media. This has created real challenges for our democracy.
 
The Asia-Pacific region plays an important role in my own story. It's also home to a generation of young people working to create a better world for us all. I'm looking forward to getting to know our newest cohort of @ObamaFoundation leaders.
Get to know our newest cohort of #ObamaLeaders! These changemakers from the Asia Pacific are addressing some of their communities' most pressing issues—and now they're coming together as a tight-knit group to share ideas and build their leadership skills.
 
Wishing all who celebrate today a blessed and joyful Easter. After a difficult couple of years, let’s give thanks for all the gifts we enjoy—and the people who make this life special.
 
Michelle and I send our warmest wishes to all those gathering tonight for Passover Seder. Chag sameach!
 
Mayor Washington meant a lot to Michelle and me—just like he did to so many folks in Chicago. We continue to look to his work as inspiration for the legacy we want to leave behind.
With a huge personality and unprecedented ability to build a diverse coalition, Harold Washington became Chicago’s first Black mayor and inspired a young @BarackObama. On what would have been Washington's 100th birthday, we teamed up with @HISTORY to tell his inspiring story. pic.twitter.com/anlFm7CHYl
 
.@PeteSouza and I have traveled the world together, and he's captured some iconic shots over the years. So we decided to reflect on some of our favorite memories at national parks.

Take a look, and make sure to check out Our Great National Parks on Netflix.
 
75 years ago, Jackie Robinson competed in his first MLB game—despite facing vicious treatment and threats. Throughout his life, Jackie used his voice to stand up for racial justice and in the process, changed America for the better.
Replying to @BarackObama
On the 75th anniversary of Jackie Robinson Day, we're reminded of his groundbreaking career and legacy that has paved the way for so many who would follow—including me.
 
75 years ago, Jackie Robinson competed in his first MLB game—despite facing vicious treatment and threats. Throughout his life, Jackie used his voice to stand up for racial justice and in the process, changed America for the better.
 
 
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