The new NJ Supreme Court justice was inspired by her great-grandparents who fled antisemitic persecution and by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Her new statues has been permanently installed in Brooklyn…in a shopping mall.
The statue stands in a high-traffic shopping area, at the entrance to a Trader Joe’s.
From Jewish robots to RBG menorahs, here are some items that’ll make you say “Thanks, you shouldn’t have.”
Martin Luther King Jr. thought history trended toward justice. I’m not so sure.
As she emerged as an unexpected pop culture icon, Ginsburg’s accessories became the emblem of her trailblazer status.
RBG died on my birthday. I will miss her.
Because Ginsburg was so absolutely Jewish, she helped form a bond, in the minds of the public, between Judaism and the quest for social justice.
Representative Andy Levin spoke to his congregation on Rosh Hashanah.
“I try to teach through my opinions, through my speeches, how wrong it is to judge people on the basis of what they look like,” the justice said.