Joe Biden Makes History: Ketanji Brown Jackson, First Black Woman Supreme Court Justice

The Honorable Ketanji Brown Jackson has been sworn as the nation’s 116th Supreme Court justice on Thursday, June 30. Ketanji Brown is the first Black woman and the sixth woman to serve on the high court. Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr., administered the Constitutional Oath and Associate Justice Stephen G. Breyer administered the Judicial Oath in a ceremony in the West Conference Room before a small gathering of Judge Jackson's family.

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