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RT @ObamaFoundation: To all our Jewish friends, family, and neighbors celebrating the start of #RoshHashanah tonight, Shanah Tovah! https:/…
We also owe a debt of gratitude to the team at the Brooklyn Library, and everyone who is helping make sure that readers across the country have access to great books. https://t.co/HUCUxE4ItR
This Banned Books Week, I hope you’ll take a moment to appreciate the stories that need to be told. And I hope you’ll join me in reminding anyone who will listen—and even those who won’t—that the free, robust exchange of ideas has always been at the heart of American democracy.
I'm thankful for leaders like Rebecca, one of our @ObamaFoundation Scholars, and Iesha who are making sure Chicagoans of all ages have access to powerful literature. https://t.co/BZYNp0EBg5
I’m grateful for people like Cameron who fought censorship in Texas by organizing a student-led movement that eventually distributed more than 700 challenged or banned books. https://t.co/6moK8273OE
This year, I’m celebrating Banned Books Week and the freedom to read with people across the country. I wrote out a few of my thoughts, and wanted to share the stories of some folks who are working on this issue. https://t.co/cq3Zjr7aAB
Today, books that shaped my life—and many others—are being challenged in schools, bookstores, and libraries by people who disagree with certain ideas or perspectives. Often, these “banned books” are written by or feature people of color and members of LGBTQ communities.
These are just a few of the questions that will be answered at the ballot box—which is why it’s so important to make sure you're registered to vote. After you've checked, make sure to ask your family, friends, and neighbors to do the same.
Voting is the cornerstone of our democracy—and, as the late Congressman John Lewis reminded us, our most precious right. On National Voter Registration Day, take a few minutes to make sure you're registered at https://t.co/XdZz4dhFSr. Then make a plan to vote.
In a few weeks, we'll get to decide who we want to be. Do we want to be a nation that protects women's rights? A nation that allows every citizen to make their voice heard? A nation that takes action on climate change before it’s too late?
Congratulations to the @LVAces on their first WNBA title! It’s been fun to watch Coach @BeckyHammon and this team play this season. https://t.co/q4Ga5bm73H
This article is a reminder of how focused government action can make a real difference in our kids’ lives. We can do more to make sure every child has a fair shot. https://t.co/DdvjLS3xCH
The Inflation Reduction Act will lower the cost of healthcare and prescription drugs, while also taking important steps to protect our planet. @POTUS and @VP continue to deliver for the American people—and that’s worth celebrating.
I heard about the work that Coach Amaker and the young people at Harvard are doing to build community, so I decided to drop by one of their meetings. Thanks for letting me be an honorary member of The Breakfast Club! https://t.co/EQ6R9nHbz2
RT @WhiteHouse: Happening Now: President Biden and the First Lady host former President Obama and former First Lady Obama for the unveiling…
Labor Day is about celebrating the working class men and women whose grit and resilience built our country and made our economic progress possible. They’ve raised their voices, advocated for better working conditions, and kept our country going.