Lateefah S. Williams
Assistant General Counsel for the National Association of Government Employees and Social Justice/Community Advocate
Daniel Epstein and I spent years fighting shoulder to shoulder for social justice. We advocated for vulnerable youth and young adults. We testified together before the Washington, DC City Council in support of marriage equality. Before the Supreme Court decided Obergefell, Daniel stood on street corners holding 'honk for marriage equality' signs. Daniel is not afraid to engage in tough conversations and find innovative solutions, specifically with regards to achieving racial equity, correcting systemic injustice, and advancing criminal justice reform. We need people with his character, integrity, and intellect to reshape our nation's Judiciary, so that it lives up to its ideals. Daniel and I fought and won together. I'm proud to fight with Daniel again.