The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle has written an op-ed piece during Black History Month in the United States. She appeared with her husband in first joint public engagement of year at the NAACP Image Awards in New York City.
She spoke to a Brandeis University professor ‘Anita Hill’ about the nomination of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court. The future of civil rights has written right now. For the first time, a woman has nominated to the highest level of the judiciary.
Meghan Markle said, “It’s important to remember that Black History is something that exists not just today or yesterday and not just in moments of celebration. It is as a fabric woven across the whole chronicle of the American past.”
Furthemore, Anita was writing her essay. She couldn’t help but notice a measure of parallelism given her experience traversing new territory as a Black woman. So, she reached out to the Duchess of Sussex.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attended the NAACP Image Awards on Saturday night to accept the President’s Award. It honours those who have made significant contributions to the community through their work.
Moreover, The Duchess of Sussex’s mother, Doria Ragland was also present on stage with her daughter and Prince Harry.