To make sure we always have a way to look back and celebrate this wonderful accomplishment, we've created a photo album of the confirmation of Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson.


Ketanji Brown Jackson's confirmation to become the 116th Justice of the United States Supreme Court officially began today. The four days of hearings opened up in Washington D.C. with opening statements by the Senate Judiciary Committee, with Jackson in position to be the first Black woman named to the nation's highest court backed by a slim Democratic senate majority.

Harris reaffirmed the administration's commitment to full securing the right to vote and protecting access to democracy.


Residents will have the opportunity to vote for different state and local representatives across various districts of government. Here is what you need to know about those elections. 


Senate Fails To Pass Voting Rights Bill   Wednesday night the Senate failed to change the filibuster rule to allow voting rights legislation to pass with a simple majority ruling. President Biden had this to say after the defeat: “I am profoundly disappointed that the Senate has failed to stand up for our democracy. I […]

With about 79% of the vote, Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick has been named as the winner of Florida's special election to replace the late U.S. Rep. Alcee Hastings in Congress. But Republican Jason Mariner, who was trounced, refuses to concede and said he plans to sue.

Harris' remarks, couched in the civil rights movement's legacy, push back on the idea that people can wait for a better time to pass voting rights legislation.

After securing a nomination for the role by President Joe Biden last summer, Suffolk District Attorney Rachael Rollins rose in the ranks today to officially become U.S. attorney for Massachusetts and the first Black women to ever occupy the title.

Former first lady Michelle Obama is kicking off the new year with more efforts to fight back against voter suppression in 2022.

Here is a list of notable anti-vaxxers who have died from COVID-19.

According to her announcement last week, Abrams formally announced her second candidacy for governor of Georgia after previously being cheated out of the position by current Governor, Brian Kemp, in 2018.

A congratulations is in order for Atlanta councilman Andre Dickens as he was recently announced as the newly elected mayor of Georgia's capital city.