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2,000 Faith Leaders Call for Senate to Confirm Judge Jackson, National Faith Leaders Speak Out at SCOTUS


Wednesday, March 30, 2022


Austin Schuler, aschuler@faithinpubliclife.org, 540-280-3393

2,000 Faith Leaders Call for Senate to Confirm Judge Jackson, National Faith Leaders Speak Out at SCOTUS

Press conference Wednesday, 12 PM outside Supreme Court building 

Washington, D.C.– On Wednesday, March 30 at 12 p.m., national faith leaders will join together outside on the steps of the United States Supreme Court Building to speak out in support of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation. 

2,000 faith leaders from across the country have signed a letter addressed to the U.S. Senate calling for Judge Jackson’s nomination. 

The letter reads in part, “As faith leaders from many traditions, we all hold firmly to the values of freedom, human dignity and equal justice under the law. That is why we call on the Senate to quickly confirm Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court of the United States.”

Co-Sponsoring Organizations include: Faith in Public Life, Catholics for Choice, Center for American Progress Religion and Faith, National Council of Jewish Women, NETWORK Lobby for Catholic Social Justice and People For the American Way

To livestream the event, click here.

To read the full letter, click here.


Faith Leaders Speak Out at the Supreme Court Building Calling on the Senate to Confirm Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson


Wednesday, March 30, 12 p.m. 


One First Street, NE, Washington, D.C.

Outside Steps of Supreme Court 

To livestream the event, click here.


Rev. Leslie Watson Wilson, African American Ministers in Action, People For the American Way 

Dana Gershon, President, National Council of Jewish Women

Rabbi David Saperstein, Former US Ambassador at large for International Religious Freedom

Shannon Russell, Director of Policy, Catholics for Choice

Mary J. Novak, Executive Director, NETWORK

Rev. Patrick Young, National Baptist Convention

Maggie Siddiqi, Senior Director, Religion and Faith, Center for American Progress

Imam Talib Shareef, Masjid Muhammad DC

Reverend Leslye Dwight, Community of Hope AME Church

Dr. Olan Johnson, Seventh Day Adventist Church

Reverend George Gilbert, Center for Racial Equity and Justice

Kanya Shabazz, Deputy Executive Director, Muslim Advocates

Reverend Doris Hicks, CME College of Bishops

Reverend Wanda Outlaw, NE Imani Fellowship

Reverend Susan Hendershot, President, Interfaith Power and Light


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