January 22, 2009

Our Inaugural Chat — Yes, We Did!

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Live Chat, January 22 on THE STACKS! Topic: Presidential Inauguration

Thanks for joining our chat!

On Tuesday, 1/20, Barack Obama was sworn in as the 44th president
of the United States, and it was a historic moment for the United States! But you probably already knew that — after all, between teachers, parents, and,
like, every single news reporter in the country, it seems like everyone has been talking about the inauguration. Except you never really hear what kids have to say. What’s up with that?

Well, we gave kids their chance to talk about the inauguration. On Thursday, 1/22, we hosted a real-time online chat room on THE STACKS and invited kids to discuss the inauguration with one another.

Thanks to all of you guys who joined the chat.

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EDIT: Check out celebrities’ reactions to the Inauguration!

  1. Valerie

    Hi Barack Obama I cant belive that you the new presedent I watched you speech so nI cant belive this seeya.

  2. Apollo127

    I think that we are ready for change. No matter which side you were on, remember–this is history. The people of America have chosen Barack Obama as our president, and in doing so, have ended a chapter in our history and opened a new one. Obama is not the only one who can brings change–America has already chosen to change.

  3. Treerun

    nice.Obama really rocks.He is the first black president of USA.Exactly it doesn’t really matter about the skin colour.

  4. Treerun

    nice.Obama really rocks.He is the first black president of USA.Exactly it doesn’t really matter about the skin colour.

  5. Kaden

    Obama is gion to the white house but i idc about it because i wanted mcain to win i was back and fourth because 1st i loked mcain tyhen i liked obama then i liked mcain now im thinking about i like obama now

  6. Sierra

    I think its a good paragraph to read about Barrock Obama. And i hope he has a good life living in the white house

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