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Some may think the issue of equality is like a broken record and, to an extent, it is. But it’s also an issue that we still deal with today. When it comes to gender equality, a gap still exists. According to National Women’s Law Center, here are some stats that suggest that the gender gap still exists in the federal judiciary. Here are some of the numbers:
When it comes to women of color, the numbers decrease even more.
In order for gender diversity to increase the President will have to nominate people who add diversity to gender and race so the courts will provide better quality of justice in the future.
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Obama administration should bring in a rule about selecting a fix percentage of female judge who belongs to minority community ONLY!