Ketanji Brown Jackson confirmed: First Black woman to be US Supreme Court judge
US President Joe Biden, who focused on selecting a Black lady to the Supreme Court during his official political race
Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson's affirmation was a "noteworthy second".
With a noteworthy Senate affirmation on Thursday, Ketanji Brown Jackson has turned into the main Black lady to ascend
Jackson, selected by President Joe Biden, filled in as an adjudicator in the US Court
had before filled in as an area court judge in DC somewhere in the range of 2013 and 2021
After an affirmation cycle, which saw Democrats hail her capabilities
recognize the need to make the court more comprehensive
Conservatives investigate her on her law in a way that many saw as conveying racial suggestions
the Senate casted a ballot to affirm 53:47, with three Republicans backing Jackson's selection.
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