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The Black Women’s Roundtable (BWR) is an intergenerational civic engagement network of the National Coalition.
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Our fearless leader helping to kick off this year’s Awards!
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Thank you to and our many sponsors for supporting this year’s Awards!
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Lively panel discussion underway at Awards!
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Tonight wouldn’t have been possible without our generous sponsors!
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BWR 17h
WATCH AND LISTEN: @johnlegendÍs crucial announcement ahead of Judge Brett KavanuaghÍs Supreme Court confirmation vote.
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BWR 17h
Soon the Senate will vote on SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh, but never reviewed his full judicial record. Our leaders need to put our needs above their own political gains.
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BWR 18h
Brett Kavanaugh will be able to shape the trajectory of our nation for generations & must be stopped. He supports laws that his decisions fail to support the rights of workers, women, immigrants, and people of color.
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BWR 18h
The 14th amendment guarantees equal protection. Judge Kavanaugh has already shown a disturbing willingness to cut back this important right saying the Constitution ñdoes not allow government racial classificationsî„even to promote equality.
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BWR 19h
Unreleased records. A president under federal investigation. Rushed hearings. A Brett Kavanaugh confirmation is a bad deal for people in this country.
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BWR 19h
The Sixth Amendment guarantees the right to a fair and speedy trial. Not included: a quick SCOTUS confirmation for a judge nominated by a president under federal investigation.
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BWR 20h
Judge Kavanaugh has already shown a disturbing willingness to cut back on Fourteenth Amendment rights. Tell your Senators to
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BWR 20h
Brett Kavanaugh's reductive views have no place in the highest court. We must
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BWR 21h
Brett Kavanaugh has spent spent his career denying voting rights, workers' rights and immigrants' rights. Imagine what he'd do during a lifetime appointment on the Supreme Court. Tell your Senators:
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BWR 21h
Watch the new video and find out why . Visit:
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BWR 22h
Brett Kavanaugh spent 12 years on the DC Circuit restricting civil rights one case at a time. His SCOTUS nomination would continue his destructive agenda. Tell your Senators now: Justice2018 Kavanaugh
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BWR 22h
Generations of Americans will be impacted by the next Supreme Court Justice. If confirmed Judge Kavanaugh could rewrite laws that determine who can vote, how we work, and how we tell our American story. Tell your Senators to .
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BWR 23h
A regular person can make a difference. Visit and find out how.
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BWR Sep 24
ItÍs not over. In the coming days our obligations as Americans will be tested. The Supreme Court helps shape everything from where and how we live in this country. Watch the new video and find out how.
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BWR Sep 24
Kavanaugh has long attacked race-conscious efforts to help realize the Fourteenth AmendmentÍs values of equality as constitutionally suspect, denouncing what he has called a ñnaked racial set-asideî and a government-sponsored ñracial spoils system.î
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BWR Sep 24
NO. Brett Kavanaugh built his judicial career challenging our right to vote, access to life-saving healthcare, and dismantling workersÍ rights. Visit and tell both of your Senators to .
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