Ketanji Brown Jackson knew from the very beginning that "You can do anything. You can be anything." Driven by those powerful words and her parents love, Ketanji refused to let naysayers stop her from rising to the top, whether it was participating in her high school debate team, applying to her dream college, or exceling at Harvard. Her perseverance and her wits led her to become the first Black woman to become a U.S. District Judge and eventually the first Black female Supreme Court Justice. Ketanji's remarkable journey proves how she is a Justice for all.
With Denise Lewis Patrick's empowering prose and Kim Holt's vibrant illustrations, this picture book delves into the life of a trail-blazing contemporary figure, whose work shows that with determination and support, we can do and be anything.