Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson sworn in with historic ceremony

Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson sworn in with historic ceremony. Jackson is the first Black woman to ever hold that title in the Supreme Court’s more than 230-year history. It’s something Dr. Harold Bailey, the president of Albuquerque NAACP, sees as progress having marched for civil rights in the late 60s. Kalyn Norwood reports.

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