Obama “Change is Coming” House Meetings

Dec 9, 2008

President-elect Barack Obama wants to hear from you about your ideas for change. In addition to the website posts at www.change.gov, there is another format for participation. On December 13 and 14 people will be hosting “Change is Coming” house meetings to reflect on what has been accomplished and to plan the future of this change movement. Ideas and feedback will be collected and used to guide the administration in the months and years ahead.

As social workers, we have a deep knowledge of what is happening in the community and our voices would be important at these gatherings.

Learn what you can do now to support President-elect Obama’s agenda for change and continue to make a difference in your community.

Take the first important step by hosting or attending a “Change is Coming” house meeting. Sign up right now:

http://my.barackobama.com/changeiscoming

To get our country back on track, it will take all of us working together. Make sure that you identify yourself as a social worker and member of the National Association of Social Workers when you attend or host a house meeting.

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