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Obama Name Registry

Read these articles about locations throughout the country named after our 44th President.

Top Miss. School Named After Barack Obama
Fred Greenwood
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Top Miss. School Named After Barack Obama

Renamed From Jefferson Davis Elementary

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We're busy compiling a list of all sites - schools, municipal centers, streets, etc - named after the 44th President of the United States.

Is this your site? We'd love to add more about it! Send us text and pictures to and we'll update your site for you.

Do you want to name a program or location after Obama? We can help? Send us your idea, and we can put you in touch with people and resources in your community.

About the OLI

The Obama Legacy Initiative was created to empower citizens and communities across the nation who wish to honor President Obama’s legacy in ways that are meaningful to them.  We provide technical and media support to legislators, educators, students, community advocates and organizations who wish to name programs or physical spaces such as schools, parks or community centers after President Obama.  

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We've only just begun to build our Registry. And the Registry is just one way that our organization is helping to build the legacy of Barack Obama. Read our news page to keep up to date, and join our newsletter to have our news sent to you automatically.

It's not easy to complete this work and as a non-profit organization, we rely on the generosity of like-minded people to gather funds to keep this noble work pushing forward. Won't you give what you can today?

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