Photographer Annie Leibovitz is once again facing backlash after she captured a dimly lit portrait of United States Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. Dozens of social media users are lashing out at Leibovitz, saying the latest photo proves yet again that she doesn’t know how to use proper lighting when shooting Black people.

Jackson’s portrait was published in Vogue magazine. But people are demanding all publications to stop Leibovitz from capturing images of Black people.

A similar controversy came up in 2020 when Leibovitz captured a photo of Simone Biles.

Critics are now resurfacing the same issues that came up in Biles’ photo and other portraits that have also been criticized for poor lighting.

Jackson’s portrait, published in Vogue’s September issue, comes one month after she was sworn in as the first Black woman on the Supreme Court.

“It has taken 232 years and 115 prior appointments for a Black woman to be selected to serve on the Supreme Court of the United States,” Jackson said after her confirmation, according to the Independent. “But we’ve made it.”