In all its wisdom, the Supreme Court has joyfully unleashed its wrecking ball of justice to obliterate affirmative action.

Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson gives a unique perspective on the Supreme Court's decision to end Affirmative Action.

The Supreme Court is considering ending affirmative action.


Clarence Thomas’ predecessor on the court, Thurgood Marshall, was a civil rights lawyer before becoming a justice.

Good News

Supreme Court Associate Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson was honored with a street renaming for her in Miami, where she was raised.

Good News

Trailblazing Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson will release a memoir.

Race Matters

A description of Black kids drew laughter during a Supreme Court hearing.


Americans need only look to the relatively recent past to understand the stakes of the Supreme Court's growing legitimacy problem.

"The Harvard and UNC cases pending before the Supreme Court seek to reverse four decades of precedent and prevent colleges and universities from ever considering race or ethnicity in admissions in any way and for any reason," said Professor Hawkins.

Judicial elections are often among the least researched races on the ballot, given the lack of information.

The idea of another decade or more with Thomas is enough to bring tears to one's eyes. 

The Supreme Court rejected an appeal from a Black man on death row who claims he didn’t get a fair trial because of racial bias among jurors.