Celebrating Women’s History Month 2022

“My favorite author is a Black woman. The doctor who delivered my child is a Black woman. The companies I buy my soap, tee shirts, and home decor from are women-owned. While more women hold positions of leadership and public responsibility now than at any other point in my lifetime, women remain underrepresented in top leadership positions, including in public service and the judiciary. But this March, we will see a shift at the highest level of our legal system. And I will celebrate. I will don my cozy Harriet Tubman yoga pants, pour a glass of McBride Sisters BGM red blend, and watch Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson become Justice.”

—Ashleigh Georgia Kashimawo, Director, Public Interest Programs