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Barrack Obama Congratulate First Black Woman, Ketanji Jackson For Her Appointment To The Supreme Court

Former US President Barrack Obama has showered praises on the first black woman to be voted for by the majority of the national assembly of the United States of America. In his usual sweet oratory..

“Congratulations to Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson for her appointment to the Supreme Court.

This is a great day for America, and a proud moment in our history. Judge Jackson has the integrity, passion for the law, and experience to be an outstanding Supreme Court Justice — and these last few weeks have made it even clearer. America will be a better place with her voice and example on the bench.”

Ketanji Brown Jackson, born Ketanji Onyika Brown on 14 September, 1970. She is an American attorney and jurist who has served as a federal judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit since 2021.

She is a designate Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, having received Senate confirmation on April 7, 2022, 53-47, with all 50 Democrats and 3 Republicans voting in favor and 47 Republicans voting against.

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