Black Women are the backbone of the Democratic Party, and throughout Black History Month, NJDSC celebrated Black Women leaders in New Jersey, and nationwide. From Vice President Kamala Harris to Lieutenant Governor Sheila Oliver, to leaders in our State Senate and Assembly, Black Women have been at the forefront of progressive change. If you missed our last week of Black History Month videos, watch them, and our wrap-up, here:

Assemblywoman Shavonda Sumter

Assemblywoman Britnee Timberlake

Assemblywoman Cleopatra Tucker

Wrap-up Video:

We’re recapping Week 3 of our Black History Month spotlight! This week, we took a look at leaders in the State Legislature who have made a significant impact on their communities throughout their careers. In case you missed them, watch these videos that showcase the many accomplishments of Black women in our State Legislature

Assemblywoman Shanique Speight

Assemblywoman Verlina Reynolds-Jackson

Assemblywoman Angela McNight

Our Black History Month programming will continue all month, so make sure you follow our NJDSC Facebook and Twitter pages to join us.

We’re recapping Week 2 of our Black History Month spotlight! This week, we took a look at leaders in the State Legislature who have made a significant impact on their communities throughout their careers. In case you missed them, watch these videos that showcase the many accomplishments of Black women in our State Legislature:

State Senator Sandy Cunningham

State Senator Nia Gill

State Senator Shirley Turner

Assemblywoman Linda Carter

Assemblywoman Mila Jasey

Our Black History Month programming will continue all month, so make sure you follow our NJDSC Facebookand Twitter pages to join us. 

Black History Month in New Jersey kicked off this week with a bang! We are proud to be showcasing Black women leaders from our state and across the country this month to thank them for their incredible contributions to our democracy. Here are the first spotlight videos celebrating these wonderful leaders:

Vice President Kamala Harris

Lt. Governor Sheila Oliver

NJ Supreme Court Justice Fabiana Pierre-Louis

NJ Secretary of State Tahesha Way:

Rep. Bonnie Watson-Coleman:

Our Black History Month programming will continue all month, so make sure you follow our NJDSC Facebook and Twitter pages to join us.