Leah Daughtry


Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson marks historic first day on Supreme Court: ‘A beacon to generations’

What Activists Have To Say About Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson’s First Day On The Supreme Court

More than 1,000 Black women leaders call on Biden administration to step up efforts to free Brittney Griner

Unprecedented Personal Statements by DNC Leaders as Roe Ruling Breaks

Tina Flournoy, Harris’ chief of staff, is leaving the administrationShe’s part of a group of Black political operatives who’ve worked together in Democratic politics for decades, including Donna Brazile, Minyon Moore, Leah Daughtry and Yolanda Caraway.

The DNC is considering changing how the party picks its presidential candidatesLEAH DAUGHTRY: We cannot be stuck in a 50-year-old calendar when we're trying to win 2022 and 2024 elections - that it has to be an ever-evolving process.

Iowa and New Hampshire are not guaranteed to be first contests for Democrats in 2024

Black women on Jackson’s rise to the Supreme Court: Our fight for representation isn’t over

Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Confirmation Will Bring About Dramatic Shifts in PowerAs Leah Daughtry shared with The 19th, “This moment for me is both a symbol for our children, for our nation, that a Black woman can serve on the Supreme Court. And it is substance. … She is bringing her lived experience, what it means to be a public defender, what it means to be a judge, what it means to be a Black woman to the bench, a perspective that we have never had in 233 years on the Supreme Court.”

Democrats abandoned Ketanji Brown Jackson. Black women came to bear witnessLeah Daughtry knew she had to be there. Even though Ketanji Brown Jackson wasn’t in the hearing room in the Hart Senate Office Building as the Senate Judiciary Committee’s vote ended in a deadlock on Monday, Daughtry turned up for one very important reason.

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