Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away 2 weeks ago, and I thought I would use the blog to write about what she meant to me. Ruth Bader Ginsburg was on the supreme court for 27 years, and during her time on the bench and her career before that she did a considerable amount to improve this nation. She was a popular icon for women’s rights, as well as one of the greatest legal minds of her time. I think that most people know the impact of her work, but I’m going to write about what she meant to me. Ruth Bader Ginsburg was to me a powerful legal advocate for equality, and her voice inspired me. She’s well known for writing dissenting opinions when she was on the Supreme Court and to me that inspired a generation of people to follow in her lead. I know that personally I am less afraid to voice my opinion and disagree with the status quo thanks to her. I think that if more and more people can do that, we can fill the void left in her absence.
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Thank you for sharing this. She was a gift.
I think the fact that you’re making your voice heard through this blog (and elsewhere) shows that empowerment. I’d say “Keep it up!” but I think you will anyhow!
Sophia I’m so proud of you! People can be the most powerful force for positive change when they have models like RBG, but that change is sustainable and real when then find their own voice to pursue it.