In celebrating Women’s History Month this year, we must recognize and applaud a woman who helped make it possible for women of all ethnicities and backgrounds to make history.
On September 18, 2020, we lost that woman, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the “Notorious RBG,” as so many loved to call her. She was a wife, a working mother, a student (who took her husband’s law classes, in addition to her own, so he could keep up during his illness), a professor, a justice, and ultimately a Supreme Court Justice. RBG, like many women, was multitasking long before the term came into existence.
All along the way, she was subjected to gender bias and discrimination. But her response was to make those issues many of the cases she argued and ultimately won.
As we celebrate women who continue to break down barriers in politics, economics, science, sports, medicine, and social justice, let’s not forget those who paved the way before us like Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
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