Ruth Bader Ginsburg was an associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. She was nominated by President Bill Clinton on June 14, 1993 and has served since August 10, 1993. She was only the second woman in U.S. history elevated to the high court, after Sandra Day O’Connor, who was named by President Reagan in 1981.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been on the federal bench for twenty-five years. In 1993, she became the second woman ever to serve on the United States Supreme Court. Throughout the time she served she continued to be a leading voice for gender equality, women’s interests, and civil rights and liberties.
My mother told me to be a lady. And for her, that meant be your own person, be independent.
I said on the equality side of it, that it is essential to a woman’s equality with man that she be the decision-maker, that her choice be controlling.
Women will only have true equality when men share with them the responsibility of bringing up the next generation.
Call it whatever you like. But I think this year is seriously trying to tell us something very vital to our continuation. It would serve our best interest to listen.