October 4, 1993, Ruth Bader Ginsburg joined the U.S. Supreme Court as its second woman Justice. The image we used to create our visual tribute is a rarely seen photo of Justice Ginsburg as a senior at Cornell in December 1953. We found it on Notorious R.B.G., a fantastic tumblr page dedicated to celebrating “Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, in all her glory.”
Equal Rights Amendment
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Justice Ginsburg Talks About Arias, the Law and the Most Famous Plea Bargain in Opera
Opera, like great litigation, involves powerful storytelling, which evokes a variety of audience emotions. U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg spoke about her love of both mediums Friday at
Can you guess who this is? It's Ruth Bader Ginsburg, U.S. Supreme Court Justice! She handled several sex discrimination cases for the @aclunj in the early 1970s. #ThrowbackThursday #aclu
Ruth Bader Ginsburg was nominated as an Associate Justice to the U.S. Supreme Court by President Bill Clinton on June 22, 1993. The Senate confirmed Ginsburg’s nomination on August 3 by a vote of 96-3. She was sworn in on August 10. Nomination message from President William Clinton, 6/22/1993, Records of the U.S. Senate
Ruth Bader Ginsburg. My favorite Jewish grandmother, other than my own two Jewish grandmothers. And, as Jeffrey Toobin says, “Ruth Bader Ginsburg is seventy-nine. She is about five feet tall, eighty pounds, she has had every disease known to humanity. She is as tough as nails.”