by Peniel Joseph
Ruth Bader Ginsburg's "Notorious RBG" persona unfortunately obscures the fact that the late justice had a few blind spots, especially with regard to racism. Considering her faults is essential to understand the empathy and solidarity people need to work together for change.
SOURCE: Washington Post
Ruth Bader Ginsburg's research trip to Sweden at age 29 challenged her to see that gendered divisions of labor and opportunity in American society were not automatic or necessary.
SOURCE: New York Times
She didn’t serve in the military herself. But she saw the armed services denying equal benefits to female veterans, and she crusaded to make a difference.
by Stephanie Coontz
New research indicates a stall, maybe even a retreat, in the movement toward gender equality.
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