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The Obama Foundation May 23
Low-income and first-generation college students deserve to land their dream job after graduation. One of our found a way to help them stand out through . Meet Kalani Leifer:
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The Obama Foundation May 15
Big change starts with one small step. That’s why Erin Barnes started —a digital platform for passionate people looking for new ways to organize and create change in their neighborhoods. Learn more about one of our :
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Ciara Byrne May 17
Grateful to have found my tribe. Obama Fellows 2019. The Dreamers and The Doers.
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The Obama Foundation Apr 23
As the head of and one of our , is helping students across Chicago get to and through college and reach their dreams:
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The Obama Foundation May 2
Here are 20 reasons to be hopeful this week: we just announced our new class of —civic leaders embarking on transformational change. From championing restorative justice to growing gardens in deserts, meet our inspiring new class:
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The Obama Foundation Apr 30
They’re here: Meet the inspiring educators, organizers, problem-solvers, and entrepreneurs from around the world who are the 2019 .
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Dr. Navdeep Kang 14h
My friend Kalani and his team at are connecting young professionals to address underemployment, something that often goes unnoticed but can have lasting implications for one's career and life prospects
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Joseph Kunkel May 2
Excited to meet the 2019 !
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The Obama Foundation May 11
Preethi Herman is one of the . This year, she’s celebrating her first Mother’s Day as a mom. “My daughter’s been the biggest blessing. She pushes me to dip into all of my reserves of love, happiness, and patience, while making me realize how much I have to give.”
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KONDO Moussa May 10
Incredible from the 2019 cohort! Keep inspiring!!!
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The Obama Foundation Jan 28
Decades ago, two women from different continents had to overcome all odds to pursue an education. Today, their granddaughters are ensuring every child in their communities won’t face the same obstacles. Meet the , Clarissa and Veronica:
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Brent Hutchinson May 9
Something we discussed at the gathering, and worth holding onto as we fight for basic equity in all our spheres right now...more and more people are gaining power and lifting their voices. For them to do so, someone else has to lose theirs; enter fear.
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The Obama Foundation Jan 16
As one of our inaugural and founder of , Tiana Epps-Johnson is making voting more accessible—and boosting voter turnout in the U.S.:
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Koketso Moeti Apr 30
I’m so, so happy right now (been counting down forever for the announcement to be made). Great things happening to Comrades always gets me feeling all warm & fuzzy.
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The Obama Foundation May 7
A true education includes identity, history, and healing. As the CEO of and one of our , Nedgine Paul Deroly is blending cultural tradition with new classroom techniques to close the education gap in her home country of Haiti.
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The Obama Foundation Apr 30
We just announced the newest —civic leaders from every region of the globe working to make the world a better place through social justice, sustainability, economic development, and more. See what they’re doing to change the world:
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Derrick Braziel Apr 30
I can’t believe that today I get to share my participation in the 2019 Class. Wondering what this moment means to me? Check out this blog 👉🏾
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The Obama Foundation Apr 17
. is bridging tech and American Sign Language to create a reading experience for deaf children that’s fun and accessible. See how one of our and her team at are committed to expanding literacy for deaf children:
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Dr. Navdeep Kang May 15
Another incredible experience with the family at our Spring Gathering in . So humbling to learn with and from these global changemakers.
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The Obama Foundation Apr 30
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I lead the nation's first rural, social settlement school in Kentucky, focusing on education, foodways, and cultural heritage. - Brent Hutchinson,
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