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House on Biden Honoring Ginsburg’s Legacy By Considering Michelle Obama

Roger House, associate professor in American Studies, writes for The Hill that former Vice President Joe Biden must consider suggesting a Supreme Court nominee that advances racial and gender justice to replace the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

What it means is that the Biden campaign cannot simply propose to nominate a woman of traditional qualifications for the court. If it is to make history, then it must spotlight a woman who embodies the dream of the civil rights movement. That person is former first lady Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Obama.

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