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On September 18th, Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed. I admittedly was at a loss of words. Later that night after reflecting on not only the implications of her death politically but more importantly for the future of gender equity, I was taken over by a new passion to keep fighting the fight.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg, feminist icon and second female Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court spearheaded the challenging work to fight for equity & justice. The fight is not over and there is a lot you can do to take action.
This month, I wanted to celebrate her life and accomplishments, but also provide you some ways in which you can continue to build on what she helped create.
“It’s not women’s liberation, it is women’s AND men’s liberation.” - Ruth Bader Ginsburg
I’m here. Reach out anytime. Andrea.email@example.com
Many are feeling a sense of despair now that feminist icon and second-ever Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court Ruth Bader Ginsburg has passed away. However, in her honor, we must remain hopeful. Here are a few ways we can raise our voices in support of women and policies that raise up all genders.
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