You've commemorated the 57th anniversary of Bloody Sunday and marched across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in the footsteps of legendary activists.
Now, continue the ongoing fight for civil rights and social justice by taking actions below to ensure a more diverse Supreme Court and to amplify your voice and your vote.
Support Black Women on the Supreme Court
The Supreme Court vacancy created by Justice Stephen Breyer's retirement should be filled by a fair-minded justice who will put equal justice first and not pick and choose whose rights they care about, and she should be a Black woman.
Confirming Ketanji Brown Jackson to serve on the Supreme Court will bring a new perspective to the Court – and bring us closer to the promise of justice for all.
Sign the petition if you agree and celebrate this move toward a more diverse and inclusive Court.
Depending on your state, you may be required to register to vote before a certain time period before an election.
Verify that you're ready to vote once you arrive at your polling location.
Donate toward the fight to ensure a true and fair democracy for all in your community.