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Ketanji Brown Jackson makes history on the Supreme Court

Clip: 04/08/2022 | 9m 23s | Video has closed captioning.

After a contentious confirmation hearing, Ketanji Brown Jackson made history this week as the first Black woman to ascend to the highest court in the land. Three Republicans joined 50 Democrats in voting to confirm Jackson to the U.S. Supreme Court. She celebrated her confirmation at the White House Friday with President Biden and Vice President Harris.

Aired: 04/08/22

Rating: NR

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