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American Dream House Meeting

American Dream House Meeting

We need to rebuild the American Dream, and the time is ripe. There's a new sense of energy and urgency across the country—communities are under attack but we're fighting back. People are standing up to protect our families and our future.

We know we have the resources to create good jobs for millions of Americans if all of us pay our fair share in taxes. The problem is that millionaires and big corporations aren't—that's why we're creating a powerful agenda to rebuild the American Dream. We'll use the agenda to push Congress to make the American Dream a reality for all of us, not just corporations and the rich.

But we can't accomplish anything until we come together—to share our stories, fears, hopes, and ideas. Our path to the American Dream begins with a conversation among concerned friends and neighbors at hundreds of American Dream house meetings on July 16 and 17. We'll gather at homes, church basements, and community centers across the country—not just to talk about what a new American Dream looks like, but to commit to each other that we'll stand together to make it happen. These simple house meetings will launch a grassroots agenda-creation process that we'll use to drive the American Dream movement forward.

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