THE U.S. SUPREME COURT SHOULD REFLECT OUR NATION’S DIVERSITY OF PERSPECTIVE, EXPERIENCE AND BACKGROUND

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In the words of Justice Ruth Ginsburg, “It’s so important for little girls to see women on the Supreme Court—it’s natural and proper.” At NFC, we strongly support the nomination of Ketanji Brown Jackson to the U.S. Supreme Court. In the spirit of RBG, it is “natural and proper” for the Supreme Court to include a Black female Associate Justice – the first in our nation’s history.


With Judge Jackson’s inclusion, the high court will benefit from further diversity of experience, legal acumen and demographics. Therefore, we urge the Senate to swiftly confirm Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to be the next Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. We have little doubt that she will be a stellar addition to the high court.


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