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OFA Launches “For All” Initiative, Bringing Young Americans Together to Protect the Progress We’ve Made and Keep Moving Forward

OFA’s new “For All” initiative speaks to the shared values of President Obama and young Americans across the country. If we work together, we can keep moving forward and restore the values that made our country great and created the strongest middle class the world has ever known – hard work, responsibility, fairness and opportunity.

OFA launched its “For All” initiative to engage young Americans between the ages of 18 to 29. It speaks to the shared values of President Obama and young Americans across the country – fairness, opportunity, liberty and justice – and the promise that if we all work together, we can keep moving our country forward.

“For All” asks supporters to post a photo on social networks like Facebook, Twitter or Instagram that highlights why we are greater together regardless of race, background, sexual orientation or zip code. It takes three easy steps:

  • First: Write on your hand what four years of progress means to you – Obamacare or Pell Grant scholarships; marriage equality or civil rights; ending war and rebuilding at home; clean energy or the auto rescue, or liberty and justice.
  • Second: Place your hand over your heart and take a quick smartphone picture.
  • Third: Post it on Facebook and Instagram or Tweet it using the hashtag #forall.
  • Must See: This new OFA site with photos of young Americans across the country standing up for the progress we’ve made and for moving America forward.

President Obama has consistently proven that he has the backs of young Americans. He’s expanding access to affordable, quality health care, helping more students pay for college, standing up for our country’s servicemen and women and advancing equal rights.

If we work together, we can restore the values that made our country great and created the strongest middle class the world has ever known – ensuring that hard work will pay off, responsibility will be rewarded, and that everyone gets a fair shot, does their fair share and plays by the same rules.

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