Honor Ruth Bader Ginsburg With These Books About the Iconic Supreme Court Justice
Ruth Bader Ginsburg was appointed to the US Supreme Court in 1993. For 27 years, she let her amazing, fierce, trail-blazing feminist viewpoints lead her every move, becoming a fashion icon and pop culture legend at the same time. Ginsburg — who was only the second woman to serve on the highest court — recently passed away at 87 years old, leaving broken-hearted (and terrified) Americans wondering about the state of our nation in the face of this tumultuous election year. She may have led the fight in equality, but those freedoms have rested on her capable shoulders for far too long. It's time for each of us to take up the fight and carry on her legacy.
If you are interested in the "Notorious RBG," then take the time to grieve her, honor her, and commemorate her wonderful contributions to equality. She fought for the rights of women, the LGBTQ+ community, undocumented immigrants, people with disabilities, and more during her lifetime. Don't take my word for it — pick up one of these interesting books about The Great Dissenter today for a deep dive on her values, opinions, thoughts, life, fight for justice, and amazing intellect.