If you’ve been offline for Rosh Hashanah, you can catch up on the Forward’s coverage of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death here.
“She sat close to the stage, one seat from the aisle, and told the cast afterwards she was moved to laughter and tears.”
Jane Eisner, who interviewed Ruth Bader Ginsburg in 2018 for the Forward, said the justice “represented an ideal of American Jewish liberalism”4
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