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Statement of the National Congress of Black Women, Inc. on the

Nomination of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the United States Supreme Court

As an organization of black women firsts, the National Congress of Black Women, Inc. supports the nomination of the first African American woman to the Supreme Court, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson.

Having been founded by the first Black woman elected to Congress, Shirley Chisholm; a "First Lady" of the Civil Rights Movement, civil rights leader Coretta Scott King; the first African-American Woman Secretary of State, C. Delores Tucker, as well as our having erected the first statue of an African American woman in the U.S. Capitol, Sojourner Truth, we understand the importance of not only being first but also being first in excellence. 

The National Congress of Black Women, Inc. is profoundly proud to support the nomination of Federal Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the United States Supreme Court. As the first African-American woman to be nominated to the highest court in the United States, Judge Brown Jackson, a brilliant legal mind and judge, brings a long and esteemed record of service and sterling character to the courts as a Trial Court Judge, District Court Judge and currently as a Federal Judge for the U.S. Court of Appeals. We call upon the U.S. Senate to vote quickly and unanimously for this historic First appointment of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the United States Supreme Court. 

We are asking our members, friends and supporters to call their U.S. Senators immediately to request their support for confirming Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson. 

The National Board of Directors and Members

National Congress of Black Women, Inc. 

history made!!!
Thank you for your support




 

 
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Vision

The National Congress of Black Women is driven by our vision of a world where Black women experience equal rights in every aspect of life.

Mission

Our mission is to vigorously advocate for equality and empowerment of Black women, their families and communities throughout the nation and around the world.

The National Congress of Black Women, Inc. is a national non-profit organization with a 501(c)(3) designation.  EIN#: 52-1436163

 
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Education
Our mission is to empower all students to apply their acquired skills and knowledge, and to rely upon their personal attributes to lead productive lives and to become contributing members of the global community. We accomplish our objectives through our College for Kids, College for Teens and Young Ambassador programs.
 
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Women's Health
Our mission is to improve overall health for women of color, their families, and their communities by serving their needs through our "Nature's Pantry" agricultural program, our "Mental Health Awareness" Collaborative and our "People with Disabilities" program. Our goal is to heal, prevent and proactively address the physical, emotional and mental wounds of circumstance in ALL communities beginning with our own.
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Women's Advocacy
Our mission is to promote women's leadership in business, public service and community awareness. We encourage entrepreneurship, voter registration, training and internships at the national, state and local levels to enable members and young people to gain the knowledge required to understand, operate, and participate within the educational, economic, social and public arenas.
 

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Washington, DC 20024, USA
(202) 678-6788

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