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RBG: May Her Memory be a Revolution

Hosted By: American Jewish University

Revolution, Justice, & Judaism all come to mind when thinking about the late Supreme Court Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg. In 2020, Nadine Epstein compiled biographies of Jewish female role models selected in collaboration with Ruth Bader Ginsburg and published the beautifully written book, RBG’s Brave and Brilliant Women: 33 Jewish Women to Inspire Everyone. Each Jewish woman featured in the book served as a powerful source of inspiration in the career and life of RBG. Now, as we approach the 2nd anniversary of RBG’s passing, or Yahrzeit, we seek inspiration from the late supreme court justice herself, during this challenging time in our country’s history. Join award winning journalist and author, Nadine Epstein in discussion with American Scholar and Rabbi, Michael Berenbaum as we honor RBG’s memory and find inspiration in her life and death.

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