Replacing Stephen Breyer means the next Supreme Court Justice pick might be a Black woman

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When US Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer announced his retirement, the Biden Administration said it would stick to their promise of delivering a Black woman. Will this hold true? If so, who will she be?

Black women have been an important voting bloc for the Democratic party in the last two presidential elections. However, they have yet to be seated in the most important judgeship in the U.S. With Justice Breyer’s announcement, the question is not if President Joe Biden will select a Black woman for the position, but who. Certainly, people do not want a Clarence Thomas. We talk about it with Dr. Sherice Nelson who says that the Congressional Black Caucus leaders want a “boots on the ground” pick.

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