A Six-Word Memoir® is the story of your life—some part of it or all of it—told in exactly six words.

In classrooms and boardrooms, churches and synagogues, veteran's groups and across the dinner table, Six-Word Memoirs have become a powerful tool to catalyze conversation, spark imagination or simply break the ice.

Here on Six Words, we offer a simple platform to share the short, sharp story of your life, as well as provide daily prompts to share your six-word takes on the topics of our times.

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Nov 21, 2014
SAY IT IN SIX

AMERICA

SHARE SIX WORDS THAT INSPIRE YOU ABOUT AMERICA.

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Deliver Your Six-Word Stump Speech

SMITH and the National Constitution Center invite you to take the stump and share your ideas for our country’s future. Inspire the nation in six words. Head over to the Center’s Address America website to enter your speech, read thousands more by fellow Americans, and learn how you can participate in the traveling stump tour!

Read some Six-Word Stump Speeches

  1. Can't we all just get along
  2. No More Free Rides For Anyone
  3. We get what we pay for.
  4. Say Yes To Sacrifice for All
  5. Put the people first! Lobbyist last,

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