Two Black Women Nominated by the Biden-Harris Administration Among Diverse Slate of Judicial Nominees
Candidates for the federal courts— including Judge Maame Ewusi-Mensah Frimpong and Judge Holly A. Thomas— described as "extraordinarily qualified."
After public protest—and the Biden-Harris administration initially saying it lacked authority— the CDC has now issued a 60-day eviction ban that will apply to most of the country.
Colorado Law Professor Suzette Malveaux Could Become The First Black Woman Appointed To The 10 Circuit Federal Court
If selected, her appointment would likely be historic for Black and LGBTQ communities.
A series of executive actions were announced at the White House.
"His historic appointment is an important step forward for this institution and our nation." -House Speaker Nancy Pelosi
The diverse list includes multiple women, Black Americans and people of color.
POTUS covered the economy, immigration, voting rights, re-election and more.
His speech will mark the one-year anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill includes $1,400 checks.
She will be the first woman to lead HUD in 40 years.
The bill must go back to the House for revisions
She makes history as the first African American to hold the post.
With their dedication to public service, these high ranking civil servants could be the solution America needs.
She is the first African American to serve in the position, which was created in 1789.
In an op-ed, Melanie Campbell voices that "Black women expect a reduction in structural racism and restoration in the health of our communities."
"I know all too well the sacrifices you make to keep this country safe. That safety is job one, and I promise to work as hard as you do at it," said Austin, a retired four-star Army general.
Her appointment does not require confirmation from the Senate.
In spite of a campaign for her to lead the Department of Agriculture, Fudge’s selection as HUD secretary makes her the second Black woman tapped for the role.