Celebrating Queen Calafía's California mathematical warriors: First All-female, All-African-American West Area Computing group of over forty women at Langley Research Center, including Mary Jackson, Dorothy Vaughan, and countless other black females and Katherine Johnson for NASA catapulted first American man to the moon. Read more (click here).
Celebrating Queen Calafía's California legal warriors: First All-female, All-African-American Managing Law Review Board alumna of TJSL are Liku T. Madoshi (3L) is the Editor-in-Chief of the Thomas Jefferson Law Review Journal and oversees the entire Law Review. Briana Givens (3L) is the Executive Editor and is responsible for the editorial aspects of the Law Review. Monique Larmond (3L) is the Managing Editor and manages the day-to-day operations of the Law Review. Read more (click here).
Mathematics and law are two fields African American women soar and slay! Let's continue California courage and brilliance.