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Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Daughter Got Me Thinking About Adoration In Art

That look is one that artists have tried to capture for centuries

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When I first saw the photo of Leila Jackson gazing at her mother, soon-to-be Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson during her confirmation hearings, I was as captivated as everyone else.




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