K. Jackson Became First Black Woman Supreme Court Judge Of US

Ketanji Brown Jackson was born on 14 September 1970 in Washington, US.

US Senate on Thursday voted 53-47 to confirm Jackson to the Supreme Court

50 members of the Democratic Caucus and 3 Republicans voted in favor of the nomination and 47 Republicans voted against it

President Biden tweeted on Twitter and called it a "historic moment" for the nation

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Ketanji Brown will take over when Justice Breyer retires in June 2022

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Jackson was graduated from Miami Palmetto Senior High School in 1988

Jackson attended Harvard University for college and law school

She worked as the editor of Harvard Law Review and started his legal career with 3 clerkships