There’s no choice but to turn your grief into a fight for Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s legacy

There's no choice but to turn your grief into a fight for Ruth Bader Ginsburg's legacy

In a year marked by calamity, the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is yet one more tragedy. 

The 87-year-old veteran of the court met her life’s challenges with admirable grit, never forgetting to break a path for women who might follow. The grief of losing that living inspiration is profound. Her death has also cracked open our already fragile politics at a time when those who oppose President Trump’s agenda feel deep despair about the coming election. 

Justice Ginsburg seemed determined to remain in her seat through at least November 3rd, all while trying to beat back pancreatic cancer. She indicated as much in the days before she passed: “My most fervent wish is that I will not be replaced until a new president is installed,” Justice Ginsburg said, according to her granddaughter.  Read more…

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