Women’s History Month: Resisting and Persisting and RBG

You will not be surprised to hear that I’m kicking off Women’s History Month by contemplating Ruth Bader Ginsburg. She resisted and persisted, and still does.

She resisted and persisted

(From I Dissent: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Makes Her Mark.)

Of course I would like the entire world to read I Dissent, but let me also bring to your attention RBG’s own book–My Own Words, a collection of her writings and speeches, thoughtfully curated by Mary Hartnett and Wendy W. Williams. Excellent reading, it was published in October. I love the contents, and I love the cover, taken from Justice Ginsburg’s official Supreme Court portrait, painted by Constance P. Beaty (and just unveiled at the Court last week!).




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