President Biden recently announced a slate of ten judicial nominees to serve as Federal Circuit and District Court judges and one nominee to serve as a Superior Court Judge for the District of Columbia. If confirmed by the Senate, the selected White House nominees will represent an unprecedented level of diversity, including three Black women, the first Muslim-American woman, and the first AAPI woman to serve on the U.S. District Court for the District of D.C.
“As the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) continues to highlight and address the lack of diversity and inclusion in the judiciary, we must acknowledge that we have much work to do,” said CBC Chairwoman Joyce Beatty (OH-03). “ Judges make critically important decisions that affect all Americans every day. As we have seen over the past several years, it is imperative that these jurists reflect the rich diversity of the American people. The lack
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