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Joe Biden ready to nominate 'long overdue' black woman to US Supreme Court


No black woman has ever served on the high court. But the decision is also coming at a critical time of national reckoning over race and gender inequality.

Added on the 27/01/2022 22:23:18 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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