One month until the election. On your shoulders, on your legacy, Ruth Bader Ginsberg — we dissent:
RBG lived an exceptional 87 years of life — she was the legal architect of the modern women's rights movement, setting precedent after precedent to eliminate gender discrimination.
After winning groundbreaking sex-discrimination cases as a litigator with the ACLU in the ‘70s, RBG became the second woman to serve in the U.S. Supreme Court in 1993.
Ginsburg’s core argument was that “equal protection” under the Fourteenth Amendment of the law included discrimination based on sex. She dismantled stereotypical gender roles in society and solidified every Americans’ right to:
+ get an abortion
+ marry someone of the same sex
+ have mortgages & credit cards
+ get full access to employment benefits
+ hold specific jobs
+ attend elite colleges
+ participate in sports
...and so much more
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