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Attorney General Holder Encourages Youth To Read, Learn, and Stay Fit

July 19, 2011

Photo: Attorney General Eric HolderAttorney General Eric Holder joined Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, Miss America 2011, and NBA Star Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, to address youth through the Let's Read. Let's Move. campaign. The campaign encourages youth to stay active and maintain a healthy lifestyle, and asks students to continue to read and learn over the summer.

The Attorney General read a selection from Dr. Seuss's book, Oh! The Places You'll Go!. Let's Read. Let's Move. is one part of the Obama Administration's United We Serve summer service initiative, which encourages all Americans to make service and learning a daily priority.

Resources:

Learn more about the Let's Read. Let's Move. campaign at www.letsmove.gov.

Read a blog post about the Let's Read. Let's Move. campaign at blogs.usdoj.gov/blog/archives/1452.

Learn more about the United We Serve summer service initiative at www.serve.gov.

 

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