Ruth Bader Ginsburg

The notorious R.B.G.

15 March 1933 - 18 September 2020

A time to reflect on the life and legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the future of the US Supreme Court

The tributes pour in:

  • "As part of the Supreme Court’s four-member liberal wing, she did her most memorable work in dissent." - Adam Liptak, The New York Times.
  • "Barely five feet tall and weighing 100 pounds, Justice Ginsburg drew comments for years on her fragile appearance. But she was tough.... - Linda Greenhouse, The New York Times.
  • "She spent her extraordinary career fighting for women’s rights and ensuring the promise of the constitution applied to all." - Moira Donegan, The Guardian.
  • "Our nation has lost a jurist of historic stature." - Chief Justice John Roberts.

In her own words:

“Did you always want to be a judge” or, more exorbitantly, “a Supreme Court justice?” Schoolchildren visiting me at the court, as they do at least weekly, ask that question more than any other. It is a sign of huge progress made. To today’s youth, judgeship as an aspiration for a girl is not at all outlandish. 

This special afterwork will open with a presentation about Ruth Bader Ginsburg, followed by a time for shared reflection on the life she lived and the changed nation and world she leaves behind. RSVP for directions on how to attend.

September 29, 2020 at 6pm - 9pm Stockholm Time
Zoom (online)
Göteborg, Västra Götaland
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Joel Parthemore · · 0702723849
Lisa Fondelius Carol Cooper Rick Wicks

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