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Beyond being a Black woman, civil rights groups say, Biden's nominee needs to value racial equity and not be influenced by politics in order to help bring balance to the Supreme Court.
Candace Owens posted to Twitter, "Am I really trending because America wants me to be the next Supreme Court justice? What an honor!" While there's no chance that would happen, here are some other jobs she'd be great at.
The announcement that the Department of Justice intends to sue Texas for its recently enacted anti-abortion law was being hailed by Black women, in particular, who are disproportionately affected. But the lawsuit is not enough, one group said.
The Supreme Court's vote to keep in place Texas' restrictive abortion law that effectively undermines the historic Roe v. Wade decision is also a gut punch to the Black women who have long been demanding reproductive justice.
What should black families know about evictions now that the Eviction Moratorium has ended? Here are a few important facts.
The Senate confirmed Ketanji Brown Jackson to serve on the Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit as a movement grew to have Justice Stephen Breyer step down from the U.S. Supreme Court, which has never had a Black woman judge.
Civil rights leaders were left to shake their heads while bracing for the consequences of Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Curt confirmation one week before the presidential election.
Republicans have reluctantly admitted that Black Lives Matter, but their actions show that black robes matter more to them.
President Obama's nomination of Myra Selby to the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals in early 2016 was blocked by Republicans, paving the way for Trump to nominate Amy Coney Barrett to that same seat.
Civil rights groups condemned Trump for nominating Amy Coney Barrett to replace Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg even though voting has already begun in the 2020 election.
Donald Trump was expected to nominate Judge Amy Coney Barrett to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the U.S. Supreme Court, but will she "be a female Antonin Scalia"? That won't be good for Black folks.
Immigrants from majority Black countries might also be left heavily susceptible to tougher regulations if a new immigration proposal is approved.
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