In a historic first, the Senate Thursday narrowly confirmed Ketanji Brown Jackson to become the first Black woman on the Supreme Court. Three Republican senators joined all 50 Democrats in voting for Jackson. Ladoris Cordell, who became the first Black woman judge in northern California and recently published a memoir titled “Her Honor,” joins Amna Nawaz for more on the confirmation.
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