Supreme Court

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson Issues Her First Supreme Court Opinion

The high court refused to hear a death row case.

Justice Clarence Thomas Has ‘No Clue’ What Diversity Means

As opening arguments began in two high stakes cases, the judge asks a presenting attorney for an explanation of what diversity is.

Analysis: Supreme Court Begins Hearing Affirmative Action Challenges And The Stakes Are Clear And High

There have been decades of pushback against the doctrine, but it’s now possible that diversity could see a collapse at major colleges.


Dylann Roof wanted to appeal his sentence for killing nine parishioners during a prayer meeting in 2015 because he hated Black people.

Major Tech Companies Sign Off on Amicus Brief Supporting Affirmative Action Before Supreme Court

Google, Apple, Facebook, Support Affirmative Action As SCOTUS Cases Approach

Black Thought Leaders Blast Racist Attacks Against Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas

Black notables from differing political ideologies penned an open letter calling out the distinction in criticism of Thomas versus hate speech.

National Teachers Union President Blasts Supreme Court’s Decision On Abortion Rights Saying It’s a ‘Gut Punch’ To Women

Leading the largest union in the country, Becky Pringle represents some 3 million educators.

Vice President Harris Says She “Never Believed” Justices Would Protect Roe

Then-Calif. Senator Harris voted against the appointment of Justices Kavanaugh and Gorsuch to the U.S. Supreme Court.

OPINION: Why the Reversal of Roe v. Wade Hurts Black Women Most of All

The Supreme Court's ruling is devastating for reproductive rights and is more devastating for Black women.