Ketanji Brown-Jackson Sworn in to SCOTUS 

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Circa celebrates Ketanji Brown-Jackson’s swearing-in to the Supreme Court of the United States, replacing retiring justice Stephen Breyer. She becomes the first female African-American and the 116th justice to serve on the court. She was confirmed in April 2022, by the Senate in a vote 53 to 47.  

Jackson graduated from Harvard Law in 1996 and afterward clerked for Justice Breyer for a time. She served eight years as a district judge before moving on to the US Court of Appeals in DC last June. Jackson is also the first former public defender to take

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