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A Black Woman Could Make the Supreme Court More Reflective of American Values

It’s time to do what we can to put a Black woman on the bench. Let’s unpack this.

Photo Credit | She Will Rise Campaign via New Yorker

The Supreme Court currently has nine judges who sit on the bench in lifelong positions. And “no,” there is nothing sacred about the number…




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