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Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, Black History Comes to the Supreme Court

How it took 400 plus years to elect a Black person to the Supreme Court.

Photo by Kent Nishimura L.A. Times

As President Biden makes history and keeps one of his campaign’s promises to nominate a Black woman to the Supreme Court has made good on his word in the face of the Voting Rights bill failure due to the efforts of the GOP.

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EP McKnight, MEd

EP McKnight, MEd

Actress, Stage playwright, Author, Motivational Speaker, Teacher Fitness Coach. www.epmcknight.wixsite.epfitspiration Follow me: https://linktr.ee/EPMcKnight

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