Join the UArizona Gender & Women’s Studies and the African American Museum of Southern Arizona
In a special campaign to recognize
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson
On the Women’s Plaza of Honor
On the campus of the University of Arizona
Help us establish a bench for the First African American Woman U.S. Supreme Court Justice.
History was made when Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson was confirmed
116th Justice of the United States Supreme Court
African Americans, Americans, and women celebrate and take pride in this appointment. With class and confidence, Judge Brown Jackson endured through the unfair questions and more during her confirmation hearings. We are proud of her and how she handled every blast to her being and tolerated every indignity to her character.
I will support a bench Judge Brown Jackson
on the Women’s Plaza of Honor!
The Plaza is located on the University of Arizona campus, next to Centennial Hall.
The Plaza was created to permanently and publicly celebrate outstanding women who have enriched the lives of others.
Note: Please designate and note your gift specifically to – KBJ or Ketanji Bench.
All donations are tax deductible as allowed by law. Your contributions to the Plaza also support an endowment that provides fellowships for graduate students in Gender & Women’s Studies. Thank you for your support!
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