The respective affirmative action dissent and concurring from Ketanji Brown Jackson and Clarence Thomas, the only Black Supreme Court judges, couldn't be more different. Read them here.
The associate justice's issued a nearly 50-page opinion railing against the Supreme Court's surprise ruling to reject racial gerrymandering in favor of redrawing majority Republican voting district lines in Alabama.
Clarence Thomas’ predecessor on the court, Thurgood Marshall, was a civil rights lawyer before becoming a justice.
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