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Sajid Khan
Please help shift the focus from trying to define and teach EI to creating EH (emotional health). As EH generates EI/Wisdom.
Please help shift the focus from trying to define and teach EI to creating EH (emotional health). As EH generates EI/Wisdom.

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🔵 Stand with Obama: via
8:40 PM (7 hours ago)

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Barack Obama is on a mission to OVERTURN the Citizens United decision:
The Citizens United decision was wrong, and it has caused real harm to our Democracy - Barack Obama
YES SAJID!! Obama is 1OO% right!
Citizens United let billionaires and corporations buy our politicians and rig our elections. It MUST be stopped.
If you agree with President Obama that we need to overturn Citizens United, sign your name now:
Sajid, it’s no secret the system is rigged.
Our Democracy is meant to be of the people, by the people, and for the people.
But Citizens United corrupted that principle, and let the mega-rich drown out the voices of everyday Americans.
That’s why Barack Obama is fighting to OVERTURN Citizens United and SAVE our Democracy.
But Sajid, he can’t do it alone. If you agree with President Obama, sign your name immediately:
Thank you for taking a stand,

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand <>
1:13 PM (14 hours ago)

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Dear Mr. Khan,

I’m heading up to New York City to host a Town Hall this Saturday. Will you join me?

We’ll talk about the issues you care about, from health care to jobs and the economy. I’m excited to have some productive discussions and learn more about what matters to you.

All are welcome to come. Here are the details:

Hostos Community College
Main Theater at the Center for the Arts and Culture
450 Grand Concourse
Bronx, NY 10451
(between East 144th and 149th Streets)
Doors at 8:30 am
Starts at 9:30 am
Ends at 11:00 am

It’ll be a great time! If you’re in, you’ll need an RSVP for entrance, so make sure to save your spot:


Kirsten Gillibrand
United States Senator

DSCC to me:
Join us.
Sajid --

Hillary Clinton said that "it takes a village," and she was right. "None of us can raise a family, build a business, heal a community, or lift a country totally alone."

I've seen what a village, a community, and a movement can do, one action at a time. And I've seen how women can help women -- especially when we run for office.

I sure remember what it was like running for the Senate as a first-time candidate in 2011. I had to learn everything it took to raise money, build a grassroots organizing operation, and stand up to a Republican incumbent with $10 million in the bank -- and I had to do it fast.

And here's what I know: I absolutely, positively couldn't have done it on my own.

So when the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee told me they wanted a strong launch of the Women's Senate Network for the 2018 cycle, to help women run and make sure more voices like mine and Hillary's are in the Senate, I immediately told them:

I'm all in.

Today, I'm asking you to join me in becoming a 2018 founding member of the DSCC Women's Senate Network. Because you were there for Hillary, I'm hoping you'll add your name to help us build a community to support women who run for office.

Now let me be blunt: 2018 is going to be a hard year for Democrats. We've got 10 women who are up for reelection to the Senate, including me -- more than ever before in history. And many are in some really tough races.

That's why the DSCC's Women's Senate Network is ramping up its 2018 efforts early to elect and protect smart, tough, and experienced candidates to fight for what's right -- senators who understand that being a woman is not a pre-existing condition, that we deserve equal pay for equal work, and that we sure as heck need Planned Parenthood and affordable health care for hardworking families.

Let's continue our fight and get more women in leadership in this country.

I'm counting on you to keep fighting for what we all started: become a 2018 founding member of the DSCC Women's Senate Network today. You'll even get your very own "Nevertheless, She Persisted" sticker when you do!

Every minute counts to get a campaign off the ground. It mattered the most when the DSCC helped launch my Senate campaign, and when they were there for Hillary when she launched her Senate career 17 years ago.

And with your help, we can be there for the women who need help defending their seats now and for the next generation of women candidates ready to move into leadership. Early help makes all the difference.

Thank you for owning a piece of this.


Nancy Pelosi to me:

Sajid -- This week has been a roller coaster, and it’s only Tuesday. I wanted to walk you through where we’re at:

First, Trumpcare imploded late last night -- thanks to the strength and power of your grassroots opposition!
But then, instead of agreeing to work with Democrats to increase access to affordable care, Mitch McConnell tried again to repeal the Affordable Care Act – and take away the health care of millions with an even more extreme and dangerous plan.
And now, just hours later, that plan has failed too!
This is a real and meaningful victory. Thank you for raising your voices and taking action. The odds were against us, but we’ve fought -- and will keep fighting -- to protect the Affordable Care Act and the health care of millions from Republican attacks.

But let's not forget: Paul Ryan and House Republicans passed their destructive version of Trumpcare with no regard for the millions of families that would suffer. All they care about is political points and tax giveaways for billionaires. I can promise you, as long as they’re in charge, they won’t stop pushing policies that hurt American families.

It’s time to take back the House and put Democrats in charge again. We MUST keep fighting to hold them accountable. Sign here to kick out the Republicans and turn the House blue in 2018!

Thank you,


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Obama Foundation

Hello Sajid --

Twenty years ago today, in a part of Pakistan where women and girls are so often silenced, a girl was born who would one day use her voice to change the world.

Her name is Malala Yousafzai, and she is one of my heroes.

Despite threats from Taliban terrorists who banned girls in her community from attending school, Malala's father, a teacher, believed that his daughter should get an education. And Malala bravely spoke out about the dangers she faced, writing a blog about her fears that the Taliban would attack her school.

The Taliban sought to retaliate, and in October of 2012, as Malala and her friends were traveling home from school, a gunman stormed their school bus and shot her in the head.

Thankfully, Malala survived, and she refused to be silenced. In the years since, she has traveled the globe, fighting for girls' education, and she won a Nobel Peace Prize for her extraordinary efforts. She did all of this before even finishing high school -- in fact, she graduated just last week!

There are young people like Malala in every corner of the globe who are determined to get an education worthy of their promise. In the new chapter of our lives, Barack and I are committed to doing whatever we can to support these young leaders.

I hope you'll join me in wishing Malala a happy birthday and in working to ensure that every girl has the chance to fulfill her boundless potential.

-- Michelle

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