Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson sure!

Republicans in the Senate did everything in their power to derail and weaken Justice Jackson’s nomination, with his confirmation hearing seen as an opportunity to spread racist, sexist bile and ridiculous conspiracy theories. But above all, Justice Jackson refused to bow to their level, even maintaining his restraint during some foreign attacks from Republicans.

And through that, Movon members like you were there to support Justice Jackson and to oppose Republicans’ efforts to stop his confirmation.

Since its confirmation hearing began:

  • Moveon members have made about 10,000 calls to Congress in support of his confirmation,
  • More than 80,000 members have signed a petition calling for his release,
  • Young Movon members took to the streets in front of the Supreme Court to show their immediate support on the day of his nomination, and
  • 150,000 people have ordered these beautiful stickers designed by artist Amanda Mustard to show their support for her historic nomination.

You can join thousands of fellow MoveOn members today to celebrate Justice Jackson’s confirmation by ordering your free KBJ sticker, leaving it somewhere visible and sharing this message with your family and friends! Click here to order now.

Justice Jackson will be a voice for the people in court, as a public defender and has served on a sentencing commission. After Mitch McConnell and the Republicans pack it up with far-right conservatives, the work will have to continue to balance the court. We need at least three judges in court, Jackson, because we have human and civil rights on the line. So grab your sticker now as a reminder of what is at stake in our work to proudly demonstrate your support for this historic confirmation and to build an America where everyone can improve.

Thank you for everything you have done.


1. “Senate confirms Jackson, the first black woman to be promoted to the Supreme Court.” New York Times, April 7, 2022

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