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Ketanji Brown Jackson makes history as the first black woman to be sworn in as a Supreme Court justice

Justice Kitangi Brown-Jackson was sworn in to the United States Supreme Court on Thursday, June 30, making her the first black female judge to serve on the nation’s highest court. Jackson replaces Judge Stephen Breyer, who retired after nearly 28 years of service. Jackson joins Justices Elena Kagan and Sonya Sotomayor as a liberal member of the court. This footage, taken in the West Conference Room of the United States Supreme Court, shows Jackson taking the oath before Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Stephen Breyer during a brief ceremony. Credit: Supreme Court of the United States via Storyful

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