We binge-watched 14 hours of Ketanji Brown Jackson's speeches. Here’s what we learned.
Ketanji Brown Jackson, the first Black woman nominated for a seat on the Supreme Court, knows what it's like to have her qualifications questioned.
She has an answer.
"I cannot recall a single time in my childhood in which I cared about the slights and misperceptions and underestimations that came my way," Jackson said while accepting a Black Law Students Association award in 2020. "What I do remember is often thinking, 'Hmm; well, I’ll show them.'”
After a lifetime of preparation in an at times untraditional career path, the brightest spotlight yet – a Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearing for a spot...