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Ketanji Brown Jackson — Our First Black Female Supreme Court Justice of The United States!

“You may write me down in history, with your bitter twisted lies, you may trod , me in the very dirt, But still, like dust, I’ll rise” — Maya Angelou

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Just as the sun rises quietly in the sky and chases away the darkness of night, Ketanji Brown Jackson dispatched Tom Cotton, Lindsey Graham, Ted Cruz, Josh Hawley…




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Timothy A. Wilson

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