Ketanji Brown Jackson Becomes First Black Woman To Sit On Supreme Court

Back in February, President Joe Biden nominated Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson as the first black woman to serve in the Supreme Court. She was voted in by winning the vote 53-47 and will take her spot on the Supreme court this summer when one of the other members retires.

She is now the FIRST black woman to be voted on the Supreme Court.

Watch an excerpt of her speech after being voted in below now:

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