Signing Up Supporters on the Fourth of July 
July 4, 2011--The Obama campaign and Organizing for America have been working around the country to sign up supporters.  On Independence Day morning volunteers met at 7th Street and Constitution Ave, at the corner of the National Archives, and went out to sign up supporters among the many thousands of people in town for the reading of the Declaration of Independence at the National Archives, the National Independence Day Parade and other activities.  (Above) Kouri Marshall led the effort.
According to a description of the action:

"We’re working hard in our communities every day, and the Fourth of July is no exception. Celebrate our country’s independence by giving back in your community with the OFA family. We’ll be in the National Archives area on the National Mall signing up folks to volunteer, registering voters and reaching out to new voters in our community. Bring the whole family for a day of fun and talking to our neighbors. The work we’ll do will honor our country’s past by working together toward a better future for all of us."

U.S. Army 3rd Infantry "The Old Guard" Fife and Drum Corps.
Thomas Jefferson, John Adams and Benjamin Franklin read the list of grievances from the Declaration of Independence.
The Azalea Trail Maids from Alabama.