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Shaw University Congratulates Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson

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Today, we celebrate the historic announcement of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson being confirmed to serve on the US Supreme Court. Judge Jackson is the first black woman to be confirmed to serve on the highest court in the United States, and her confirmation is a major victory for diversity and justice. Judge Jackson’s legal experience and understanding of law will be a crucial asset on the bench, as she looks to uphold human rights and protect civil liberties. We are excited to see her serve on the Supreme Court and continue making history!

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