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Chicago will always be an important place to @MichelleObama and me, which is why we're excited to celebrate the virtual groundbreaking for the Obama Presidential Center in Chicago next week. It’s been a long time coming, and we can't wait to see this project come to life.
We've got big news!

Our virtual groundbreaking festivities for the Obama Presidential Center will take place on Monday, Sept. 27 and Tuesday, Sept. 28.

Watch a special message from @BarackObama and @MichelleObama now. pic.twitter.com/yJ6M4DLL2A
 
If we want to give our children and grandchildren a brighter future, the wealthiest Americans and large corporations must pay their fair share in taxes. nytimes.com/2021/09/23/us/…
In Push to Tax the Rich, White House Spotlights Billionaires Tax Rates
nytimes.com
 
Ten years ago today, we repealed ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.’ Today our military is stronger and our country is safer because patriotic Americans no longer have to live a lie in order to defend the country they love. pic.twitter.com/uXKSnsflMk
Replying to @BarackObama
The repeal of ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ allowed these two Marines to be true to themselves while serving in our military. Listen to their story: obama.org/story/two-mari…
Two Marines, in Love - Obama Foundation
obama.org
 
Ten years ago today, we repealed ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.’ Today our military is stronger and our country is safer because patriotic Americans no longer have to live a lie in order to defend the country they love.
 
Wishing my friend @JustinTrudeau the best in Canada’s upcoming election. Justin has been an effective leader and strong voice for democratic values, and I’m proud of the work we did together.
 
The Freedom to Vote Act just introduced in the Senate would strengthen our democracy by making it easier for people to vote and harder for politicians and special interests to drown out the voices of ordinary Americans. I support it, and every Senator should do the same.
 
Many of the refugees fleeing Afghanistan stood by America and risked everything for a chance at a better life. With the launch of Welcome.US, we can support our new Afghan neighbors and reaffirm our common humanity. I hope you'll join us.
Today, we’re launching Welcome.Us, a national effort to welcome refugees, starting with Afghan families as they get settled and build new lives. Our country is at its best when we come together to support those in crisis. Here’s how we'll make those values a reality. pic.twitter.com/2PqRz82Yds
 
Barack Obama Retweeted ·  
We never forget.

We never forget the children who have grown up without parents. Parents who have suffered without children. Husbands and wives who had to find a way forward without their partners. Brothers, sisters, loved ones.

Jill and I hold you close in our hearts.
 
Today we honor the nearly 3,000 men, women, and children who died on September 11, 2001, and the heroes who have always run towards danger to do what’s right. Let’s never forget that day, and let’s never take them for granted.
 
It was great speaking with @Surgeon_General Murthy and the COVID-19 Community Corps volunteers across the country who've been spending their time and energy encouraging their communities to get vaccinated. Their work is making a difference and will help us end this pandemic.
Thank you @BarackObama for joining this week’s COVID-19 Community Corps call to honor the work our Corps members have done — not only to protect our nation from #COVID19, but to remind us that we can all be powerful sources of healing for one another. pic.twitter.com/vSYk6aBEnV
 
California! You’ve got a big choice to make by September 14, and everything is on the line. Your vote could be the difference between protecting our kids or putting them at risk; helping Californians recover or taking us backwards. Vote “no” on the Republican recall.
 
Great memories of an important day. 31 million people now have health insurance—and the peace of mind that comes with it—thanks to the Affordable Care Act. Now @POTUS is committed to making it even stronger through his Build Back Better plan.
The Affordable Care Act was — and is — a big deal. I’m committed to building on the progress we’ve made since its passing to ensure every American has access to the quality, affordable care they need. pic.twitter.com/y8PaxLVrzl
 
The pandemic has devastated communities everywhere. But the young leaders in our newest class of @ObamaFoundation Scholars studying at @UChicago and @Columbia give me hope for a better future. Congratulations, Scholars!
Today, we’re excited to announce the newest class of #ObamaScholars from @UChicago and @Columbia!

These 24 rising leaders will work throughout the academic year to create sustainable solutions for their communities' most pressing issues. Learn more at: Obama.org/scholars pic.twitter.com/rJath3VOiP
 
This Labor Day, let’s honor all the working men and women who make this country what it is—and the American labor movement that has helped protect them, especially during this pandemic.
Replying to @BarackObama
Labor Day is about honoring folks like Maurice Harris—a devoted husband and father of five, who has spent his career working in the trades in Chicago. He'll soon help build our Obama Presidential Center. Here’s his incredible story: obama.org/opc-jobs/mauri…
A Day in the Life: Maurice Harris
obama.org
 
This Labor Day, let’s honor all the working men and women who make this country what it is—and the American labor movement that has helped protect them, especially during this pandemic.
 
Michelle and I are thinking of everyone affected by Hurricane Ida, and we're grateful to the first responders doing heroic work. Here are some ways to support those in need: obama.org/updates/hurric…
Hurricane Ida Relief: How You Can Help - Obama Foundation
obama.org
 
In reply to @BarackObama
Our hearts go out to the families who lost a loved one, and to everyone continuing the mission in Kabul. We’re also thinking of the families of the Afghans who died, many of whom stood by America and were willing to risk everything for a chance at a better life.
Replying to @BarackObama
May God bless the memory of those we lost, and protect those who remain in harm’s way.
 
In reply to @BarackObama
As president, nothing was more painful than grieving with the loved ones of Americans who gave their lives serving our country. As President Biden said, these service members are heroes who have been engaged in a dangerous, selfless mission to save the lives of others.
Replying to @BarackObama
Our hearts go out to the families who lost a loved one, and to everyone continuing the mission in Kabul. We’re also thinking of the families of the Afghans who died, many of whom stood by America and were willing to risk everything for a chance at a better life.
 
Like so many of you, Michelle and I were heartbroken to hear about the terrorist attack outside the Kabul airport that killed and wounded so many U.S. service members, as well as Afghan men, women, and children.
Replying to @BarackObama
As president, nothing was more painful than grieving with the loved ones of Americans who gave their lives serving our country. As President Biden said, these service members are heroes who have been engaged in a dangerous, selfless mission to save the lives of others.
 
Like so many of you, Michelle and I were heartbroken to hear about the terrorist attack outside the Kabul airport that killed and wounded so many U.S. service members, as well as Afghan men, women, and children.
 
Yesterday, the House passed the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act that will help Americans everywhere make their voices heard. Now the Senate needs to follow the House’s lead. Call your Senators and ask them to do the right thing. Our democracy is on the line.
Voters turned out in record numbers in 2020—but now, Republicans are trying to choose who has access to the ballot box.

The Senate must pass the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act to protect our democracy from those trying to dismantle it.
 
The Olympics may be over, but the @Paralympics are just getting started. Many of the athletes on @TeamUSA have traveled amazing journeys to reach the top of their sport, and I’ll be cheering them on. Hope you will, too.
 
Right now, thousands of people in Haiti are injured and even more are homeless after an earthquake hit the island on Saturday. If you’re looking for ways to make a difference, here are some organizations that are helping Haitians recover and rebuild. obama.org/updates/haiti-…
Haiti Earthquake Relief: How You Can Help - Obama Foundation
obama.org
 
Tomorrow is the last day to sign up for health insurance during this special enrollment period. Go to HealthCare.gov and join more than two million Americans who have gotten covered over the last six months.
Get 2021 health coverage. Health Insurance Marketplace
healthcare.gov
 
We’re at a turning point in the redistricting process, and maps drawn in the next 12 months will determine the next decade of representation in our country. @AllOnTheLine is empowering folks to demand accountability during redistricting—join them: AllOnTheLine.org
All On The Line
allontheline.org
This year, legislators are drawing new maps that will determine American elections for the next 10 years. Take it from @Questlove—democracy itself is on the line.

If we want to win, now is the time to join the fight. Join us: allontheline.org/takeaction pic.twitter.com/gn67D4uCqw
 
Barack Obama Retweeted ·  
We can’t wait to tackle the climate crisis.

The signs are unmistakable. The science is undeniable. And the cost of inaction keeps mounting.
 
The Voting Rights Act, signed into law 56 years ago today, was a monumental piece of legislation. But with the Supreme Court and state legislatures making it harder to cast a ballot, we can’t take voting rights for granted.
Replying to @BarackObama
Congress needs to summon the same courage we saw a half century ago when the Voting Rights Act was passed and guarantee every American a voice and a vote.
 
The Voting Rights Act, signed into law 56 years ago today, was a monumental piece of legislation. But with the Supreme Court and state legislatures making it harder to cast a ballot, we can’t take voting rights for granted.
 
From the coal mines of Pennsylvania to the halls of Congress, Rich Trumka was a fierce advocate for working Americans. He loved this country, and he never missed an opportunity to remind us what we can be. Thinking of his family, friends, and federation on this difficult day.
 
Barack Obama Retweeted ·  
Happy birthday, Mrs. Robinson! 🎂

Watch President Obama reflect on a special moment he shared with his mother-in-law, Mrs. Marian Robinson, on election night in 2008.
 
One of the things I’ve always loved about basketball is the fact that it brings people together and empowers young people everywhere. I’m proud to join the team at @NBA_Africa and look forward to seeing the change we can create across the continent.
 
COVID-19 has gotten more contagious, so it’s more important than ever to get vaccinated. Vaccines are safe, and the best way to protect yourself and your loved ones. Go to vaccines.gov to find one near you.
 
Bob Moses was a hero of mine. His quiet confidence helped shape the civil rights movement, and he inspired generations of young people looking to make a difference. Michelle and I send our prayers to Janet and the rest of the Moses family.
 
I could not be prouder of the incredible athletes representing @TeamUSA at the Olympics. Their determination and hard work got them this far, and they’re ready to seize this moment. We'll be rooting for them all the way.
 
Since Bruce @springsteen and I first sat down to record our podcast Renegades: Born in the USA, folks have asked about the stories we told and the people and places that shaped us, and we’re excited for this new book to continue the conversation we started last summer.
 
Even when he was confined to the darkness of a jail cell, Madiba’s light shone brightly. Today, as we reflect on his legacy, I see Mandela’s spirit alive in our @ObamaFoundation leaders. I’m inspired by their service, and the work they’re doing to create the change we need now.
As the world reflects on Nelson Mandela and his extraordinary legacy, this #MandelaDay we are inspired by the hundreds of #ObamaLeaders in Africa who are picking up the baton of change in their own communities. Learn more about their work: obama.org/africa/ pic.twitter.com/f2CgjXGk6O
 
John Lewis and C.T. Vivian loved this country so much that they risked their lives so that it might live up to its promise. They gave all of themselves to the cause of freedom and justice, and inspired generations to follow their example. Now it’s up to us to continue the work. pic.twitter.com/LZNQHqIUAo
Replying to @BarackObama
As Republican legislatures across the country deliberately try to make it harder to cast a ballot, we need to keep fighting to make sure every citizen has a voice and a vote. The future of our country is at stake.
 
John Lewis and C.T. Vivian loved this country so much that they risked their lives so that it might live up to its promise. They gave all of themselves to the cause of freedom and justice, and inspired generations to follow their example. Now it’s up to us to continue the work.
 
For more than nine years, DREAMers have watched courts and politicians debate whether they’ll be allowed to stay in the only country many of them have ever known. It’s long past time for Congress to act and give them the protection and certainty they deserve.
 
Starting today, working families are getting monthly payments of up to $300 per child thanks to @POTUS' American Rescue Plan. This is an historic step that will help families make ends meet and lift millions of children out of poverty. ChildTaxCredit.gov
 
With so many folks getting together with family and friends, there’s a lot to celebrate this summer. Here’s a playlist of songs I’ve been listening to lately—it's a mix of old and new, household names and emerging artists, and a whole lot in between.
 
While we were still in the White House, I began sharing my summer favorites—and now, it’s become a little tradition that I look forward to sharing with you all. So here's this year's offering. Hope you enjoy them as much as I did.
 
Three Guinness World Records and now the national spelling bee champ! Congrats, Zaila—your hard work is paying off. We’re all proud of you. nytimes.com/2021/07/09/us/…
Zaila Avant-garde Makes Spelling History, and Other Moments From the Bee
nytimes.com
 
Michelle and I sat down with some terrific young people from @KidsPress to talk about We The People, our latest @Netflix series through Higher Ground. We're hoping these songs teach the next generation about how our government works and what it means to be an active citizen.
 
If you want to make sure that insiders can’t drown out the voices of ordinary folks, I hope you'll check out @AllOnTheLine's Redistricting U. It's a training designed to help you engage with the map-drawing process in your state. Sign up today: bit.ly/RedistrictingU
 
In the wake of the SCOTUS ruling further weakening the Voting Rights Act, take a look at how one Republican in Michigan was subjected to harsh attacks from within his own party for simply acknowledging the validity of the election results in his state.
theatlantic.com/politics/archi…
Replying to @BarackObama
It's more urgent than ever for Congress to pass robust new voting rights legislation—now.
 
In the wake of the SCOTUS ruling further weakening the Voting Rights Act, take a look at how one Republican in Michigan was subjected to harsh attacks from within his own party for simply acknowledging the validity of the election results in his state.
theatlantic.com/politics/archi…
 
Happy Fourth of July, and Happy Birthday, Malia! It’s been such a joy to watch you begin to make your own way in the world with poise, grace, and humor. I miss the days when you thought the fireworks were for you.
 
Libraries are citadels of knowledge and empathy—and they’ve played an extraordinarily important role in my life. I spoke with @SmithsonianSec Bunch about our shared love of books, A Promised Land, and the role storytelling plays in shaping our history.
 
Our progress on the journey to equality sometimes feels like two steps forward, one step back. But when marriage equality became the law of the land six years ago, justice arrived like a thunderbolt.
“Today, we can say in no uncertain terms that we’ve made our union a little more perfect.”

Six years ago was a day full of justice, grace, and celebration. Hear from some of the people who lived through one of the most unforgettable days of the Obama Presidency.
 
 
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