Ketanji Brown Jackson

A special figurine has been created to honor new Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson.

Civil rights and community leaders rejoiced as Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson was sworn in as the 116th Supreme Court justice. 

Ketanji Brown Jackson is the first Black woman and only the third Black person to ever sit on the highest court in America.

Associate Justice Stephen Breyer, whom Jackson will replace, has announced the date of his retirement. The announcement comes days after a flurry of controversial decisions and opinions from the conservative-leaning Court that will be joined by a Black woman for the first time ever.

Newsmax host Greg Kelly wrongly cited the interracial marriages and domestic partnerships of prominent figures like Ketanji Brown Jackson, Kamala Harris, and others as proof that systemic racism isn't real.

While Ketanji Brown Jackson got her legal training at Harvard, her elevation to the Supreme Court opens the door for Black talent everywhere to get the recognition they deserve, especially in HBCU law schools.

Republicans tried their damnedest to upstage the Senate vote confirming Ketanji Brown Jackson and reinforced the disrespect they've repeatedly directed toward the person poised to become the first Black woman U.S. Supreme Court justice.

The U.S. Senate has confirmed  Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court, making her the first Black woman and only the third Black person to ever sit on the highest court in America.

As HuffPost reported, on Tuesday, Cotton stood his long-neck-head-a** up during a Senate hearing to use Jackson's common AF surname to draw the stupidest parallel imaginable in insinuating that she's a Nazi sympathizer based on her record as a public defender.

Senator and former presidential candidate Mitt Romney says he's still on the fence on Ketanji Brown Jackson's confirmation to the Supreme Court, but he did have words for his fellow Republican colleagues and their behavior during the confirmation hearings.

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz grilled Ketanji Brown Jackson on critical race theory based on the fact that her daughter attends a school,  Georgetown Day, that apparently embraces antiracist efforts while his daughters attend St. Jon's School, which also embraces antiracist efforts.

Keisha Russell, Associate Counsel with First Liberty Institute, spoke at Supreme Court confirmation hearing for Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to deny systemic racism, denounce critical race theory, and claim that both would make Jackson a biased justice.