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From the White House - Snapshot: Today Is Women's Equality Day

Tuesday, August 26, 2014  
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Today Is Women's Equality Day

Etched into our nation's history are the stories of women who fought for the America they knew was possible -- a country where all are truly treated equally and have access to the ballot box, regardless of gender.

It took generations of fearless women who organized and advocated to secure women’s right to vote. Today, on Women’s Equality Day, we honor these courageous heroes, celebrate how far we have come in the decades since, and acknowledge the work still left to be done.

Learn more about Women's Equality Day, and how the President is working to help America's women and girls succeed.

Watch the President's statement on James Foley.

President Barack Obama bends down to listen to the daughter of a departing U.S. Secret Service agent in the Oval Office, October 28, 2013. (Official White House Photo by Lawrence Jackson)




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Happy 98th Birthday to the National Park Service

On August 25, 1916, President Woodrow Wilson created the National Park Service to protect and preserve our natural lands so people all over the world could experience America's historic beauty and heritage for years to come. Today, the National Park Service manages 401 national parks and memorials, which supported 238,000 jobs and pumped more than $26 billion into local economies last year.


Weekly Address: The Export-Import Bank

In this week's address, the President highlighted the progress made toward rebuilding our economy, including the creation of nearly 10 million new private-sector jobs in the past 53 months and the rise in the number of American exports to an all-time high. That growth is in part thanks to the actions of the U.S. Export-Import Bank, an organization that creates American jobs by helping to take American businesses global.


Attorney General Holder Meets with the People of Ferguson

Last week, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder traveled to Ferguson, Missouri to review the Justice Department's independent investigation into the shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown. While there, the Attorney General met with community leaders, FBI investigators, and federal prosecutors to get detailed briefings on the status of the case.





Today's Schedule

All times are Eastern Time (ET)

9:50 AM:The President departs the White House

10:05 AM:The President departs Joint Base Andrews

11:20 AM:The President arrives Charlotte, North Carolina

12:00 PM:The President delivers remarks at the American Legion’s 96th National Convention

12:30 PM:The Vice President attends an event for the Anthony Brown for Governor campaign

1:10 PM:The President departs Charlotte, North Carolina en route Washington, DC

2:20 PM:The President arrives Joint Base Andrews

2:35 PM:The President arrives the White House

4:50 PM:The President and the Vice President meet with Secretary of State Kerry


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