Living My tRuth

Ruth Bader Ginsburg was more than a Supreme Court Judge.

In her 87 and-a-half years, Ruth Bader Ginsburg left a significant mark on law, on feminism, and late in her life, on pop culture. She broadened the definition of the American “family” and the types of jobs women AND men are able to take. Her legacy is, in a way, the lives that countless Americans are able to live today.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg was more than a Supreme Court Judge…she was a leading lady who left her mark on the law, feminism, and everyday life.

You Can Thank Ruth If You Have . . .

• Obtained a mortgage without a male cosigner

• Opened a checking account without a male co-signer

• Started a business without a male co-signer

• Gotten a credit card without a male co-signer

• Obtained a business loan without a male co-signer

• Been hired for a job without gender-based discrimination

• Obtained birth control without your husband’s permission

• Not been forced to provide proof of sterilization in order to apply for or retain employment

• Received pension benefits equal to male co-workers

• Received equal consideration to be an executor of your child’s estate

Ruth left an amazing legacy behind…empowering women along the way. The contributing authors in this collection of essays recognize the impact Ruth had – not only on our daily personal lives and our American culture, but on human rights around the world.

Join us as we celebrate her legacy through real-life stories!

“I would like to be remembered as someone who used whatever talent she had to do her work to the very best of her ability.” — Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Check out Carin’s chapter in Living My tRuth: Personal Reflections on the Impact of the RBG LegacyClick here to buy the paperback or Kindle version.

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