Ruth Bader Ginsburg has passed away. Here are some of our favorite Jewish stories from her life. by the Forward

Ruth Bader Ginsburg has passed away. Here are some of our favorite Jewish stories from her life.

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has passed away at the age of 87.

The cause was metastatic pancreatic cancer.

Over the years, the Forward collected some remarkable stories of Ginsburg’s life, as they related both to her story judicial career and her status as a pop culture icon: “Notorious R.B.G.”

Here are some of our favorite articles about Ginsburg and a video of our interview with her from 2018. As we mourn her, we also honor the remarkable life she lived.

WATCH: The Forward interview with Ruth Bader Ginsburg

“Justice, justice thou shalt pursue.”

RBG Wore A Collar With A Torah Verse On The Opening Day Of The Supreme Court

The two Jewish women who inspired RBG

Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Feminist Role Models Are Two Jewish Women

The marriage advice RBG gave J-Lo

Here’s The Marriage Advice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Gave To Jennifer Lopez

Where did RBG donate her money?

RBG Donates To Bilingual Hebrew-Arabic Schools In Israel

One of our favorite RBG headlines

RBG: The Senator Who Predicted My Death Died And I Don’t Even Remember His Name

Anti-semites v. RBG

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Poster Vandalized With Anti-Semitic Slur In Brooklyn

“What is the difference between a bookkeeper in New York’s garment district and a Supreme Court justice?” she asked. “One generation.”

RBG Swears In New Immigrants With Story Of Family’s Own Immigration

Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s greatest Jewish stories

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