UJW-DC Spring 2022
After Ketanij Brown Jackson became the first Black woman and the third Black person to be inducted into the U.S. Supreme Court, her achievement sparked a celebration and a mural located on U Street NW in April.
Bryan Coulbourn, a member of skate group “The Link Up,” skates and dances during the block party. Devonte Sanders
Spectators watch as a girl double dutches on S St in Washington, D.C. as they await the mural’s unveiling. Devonte Sanders
During the Ketanji Brown Jackson block party, children participated in the action by creating their own murals; made of chalk. Devonte Sanders
A person holds a sign that reads “BLACK WOMEN ARE SUPREME” in the air at the Ketanji Brown Jackson block party. Devonte Sanders
Go-Go organization Long Live Go-Go performs at the Ketanji Brown Jackson block party. Devonte Sanders
An attendee celebrates in the crowd during Ketanji Brown Jackson’s mural reveal and block party. Devonte Sanders