Daughter of Immigrants to Be 1st Black Woman on N.J. Supreme Court

August 24, 2020

New York Times
By Tracey Tully

Fabiana Pierre-Louis, 39, will also be the only Black judge currently seated on the state’s highest court.

Fabiana Pierre-Louis, a daughter of Haitian immigrants, is on track to become the first Black woman to sit on New Jersey’s highest court, serving at a time when the state and the country remain deeply divided over racial and economic injustice.


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