Confirm the First Black Woman to the Supreme Court of the United States
Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson has an opportunity to become the first Black woman in history to be an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. Having a Black woman at the highest courts means more representation, more attention to the issues that affect us like maternal health, economic disparities, voting rights, criminal justice and more.
The time for a Black woman to sit on the U.S. Supreme Court has been long overdue – 233 years to be exact. In spite of the harsh criticism she is receiving from opponents about her background as a district court judge of the D.C. Circuit and a public defender, we know that #SheReignsSupreme.
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