Since the announcement of Jackson’s nomination on February 25, the White House and her allies have cast her as a nominee who is both accomplished and can relate a range of life experiences.
Candice Norwood | The 19th
41 years before Ketanji Brown Jackson, Amalya Lyle Kearse was considered for the Supreme Court
On its website, the University of Michigan has an image of the Law School Class of 1962. It’s a sea of White men, smartly dressed in suits and ties. But five rows down, on the right, is Amalya Lyle Kearse, the only Black woman in the class — who would go on to make history […]