This past week, Congress held its confirmation hearings for the soon-to-be U.S. Supreme Court justice, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson. Her nomination to the court is historic. When confirmed, she will become the first Black woman to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court. Her confirmation does so much to confirm that the future is present. This moment means so much for the country, especially for millions of little Black girls and young women who can look at Judge Jackson and see themselves. However, this week's hearings were difficult, to say the least. Judge Jackson’s personal and professional journey shows a woman who is ready, and over-qualified to serve in one of the highest offices of the land. The hostile line of questioning is not a reflection of her candidacy, and instead of a reflection of the historic wrongs, her nomination takes one step toward rectifying. We conclude Women’s History Month by celebrating a trailblazing, extraordinary Black woman who is ready to make change. Here are some things you need to know about Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson.