Next month marks one year since an upset, though collected, Christine Blasey Ford recalled one of the most horrible nights of her life before the world—and one year since Brett Kavanaugh, angry and pursed, denied every single one of her sexual assault accusations. Days later, he was sworn into a lifelong seat on the highest court in the nation.
Ahead of the one-year anniversary of his appointment to the Supreme Court in October, activist groups including the Women’s March, Demand Justice, and the Center for Popular Democracy Action are organizing marches in Washington D.C. and New York City that they hope will finally compel Congress to fully investigate Kavanaugh’s record. Rewire News first reported on the march.
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