It's long been time for a Black woman to serve on the Supreme Court — President Biden is making it happen. pic.twitter.com/wLr1Tcy8zz
— The White House (@WhiteHouse) February 12, 2022
I don’t have a favorite, but the slander of these professional women should not be tolerated.😠😠
I'm using my Washington Post subscription to gift this article on Judge Michelle Childs, who is being considered for the United States Supreme Court, so you can read it for free even if you don't have a subscription to the newspaper. https://t.co/2fFzypRzoo
— David Darmofal (@david_darmofal) February 12, 2022
All right, here is my shortlist for the Supreme Court, which highlights the deep, amazing, qualified bench Biden has to pick from
Ketanji Brown Jackson
J. Michelle Childs
— Elie Mystal (@ElieNYC) January 27, 2022
We asked Black women leaders what having a Black woman on the U.S. Supreme Court would mean to them, and their answers are inspiring. pic.twitter.com/wcsnolesyk
— Jaime Harrison, DNC Chair (@harrisonjaime) February 13, 2022
If you're interested in an extensive accounting of J. Michelle's record, not some bullshit brogressive propaganda, check out this FACT sheet from the non-profit Alliance for Justice. https://t.co/jAS0hs2TFq 2/2 pic.twitter.com/Cj8MAeWYeI
— Reecie @BlackWomenViews (@ReecieColbert) January 31, 2022
"The court has decided that Black people do not get to participate fully in the midterms. That’s a wrap now. Good luck, white folks."https://t.co/avio0TqwWi
— The Nation (@thenation) February 11, 2022
Like we wouldn’t have receipts.
BTW @club4growth — the group attacking @POTUS for not considering Latino judges this time around — also sent a letter objecting to Justice Sotomayor's confirmation in 2009. https://t.co/EMnCwrkkau pic.twitter.com/XyQWYrrwhx
— Tommy moderna-vaX-Topher (@tommyxtopher) February 17, 2022
We need Black representation on the Court again.
This is Thurgood Marshall
As a civil rights lawyer, he used the courts to fight Jim Crow and dismantle segregation in the U.S.
He became the nation's first Black United States Supreme Court Justice. He is best known for arguing the historic 1954 Brown v. Board of Education. pic.twitter.com/6484MLRhFY
— Cameron Magruder (@ScooterMagruder) February 8, 2022