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Lawyer’s Committee Calls Judge Jackson a Fair-Minded Jurist Committed to Civil Rights and Justice...

The report revealed that Judge Jackson “possesses not only the exceptional competence necessary to serve on the Court, but also that she approaches legal...
Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson

Black Women, Legal Scholars Praise Ketanji Brown Jackson’s SCOTUS Nomination

Americans around the country, including legal scholars and Black women, are praising President Joe Biden’s announcement last week nominating Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to...

UDC President Perfectly Explains the Tremendous Value of HBCUs

Mason visited the NNPA studios to tape an appearance on the PBS-TV and PBS-World news and talk show, The Chavis Chronicles, with host and...

Women, Black, and Hispanic/Latino Workers Underrepresented in US Clean Energy

According to Nicole Sitaraman, policy committee chair of BOSS and vice president of strategic engagement at Sustainable Capital Advisors, “We are living in a...

New Report Reveals Breakthrough Cases in Vaccinated are Extremely Rare

Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent Breakthrough cases, hospitalizations, and deaths are extremely rare events among those who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19,...