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Martha Davis on Stephen Breyer’s Retirement

Justice Stephen Breyer recently announced that he was going to retire from the supreme court. This allows President Biden the opportunity to fulfill a campaign promise to nominate a Black woman as a Supreme Court Justice. Martha Davis (university distinguished professor of law at Northeastern, and WGSS affiliated faculty) weighs in to say that “Appointing a Black woman to the court would represent a significant diversity milestone for the high court” and gives her expertise on other kinds of diversity missing from the Supreme court. 

Read the full article from News @ Northeastern here.

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