Robin Lenhardt, one of the handful of African-Americans who has ever clerked for a current Supreme Court justice, recalls arriving at Justice Stephen Breyer’s chambers extra early one day, only to find them locked.

She went to a Supreme Court police officer to ask for help getting into her office. The officer cheerfully agreed, walking down the hall and using a master key to open the door of the office where he thought she worked — the supply room.

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