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BIDEN EXPECTED TO NOMINATE FIRST BLACK WOMAN TO SUPREME COURT

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US White House says President Joe Biden will honour his commitment to make an African-American woman his first nomination to the Supreme Court.

She will replace the liberal justice, Stephen Breyer, who is expected to retire at the end of the current Supreme Court term in June.

Only two African Americans, both men, have ever served on the court: Justice Thurgood Marshall from 1967 to 1991 and his successor Justice Clarence Thomas, who is set to become the oldest member on the bench at age 73.

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