Of the 113 Supreme Court justices in US history, all but 6 have been white men

Updated 8:56 AM ET, Wed September 5, 2018

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(CNN)Since the Supreme Court first convened in 1790, 113 justices have served on the bench.

Of those, 107 have been white men.
In July, President Trump announced his nominee to succeed Justice Anthony Kennedy is Brett Kavanaugh, a judge on the US Court of Appeals. If confirmed, he would be the 108th -- and wouldn't shift the diversity of the current court.