Posted by Nat Bernstein
Yesterday, a book released last week hit The New York Times’s best sellers list:
If you are not already familiar with the blog/meme Notorious RBG, regardless of your political leanings, check it out, it’s hilarious. The creators selected some of their best content and interspersed the images and thoughtful essays on how Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg changed the world — and won the internet, much to the feisty octogenarian’s own amusement. If you’re looking for a gift for anyone with an interest in American politics and social history, feminist heroes (and ladies who rock, in general), or a sense of humor, I think you just found it.
- Ruffled Collars: An excerpt from Sisters in Law: Sisters in Law: How Sandra Day O’Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg Went to the Supreme Court and Changed the World by Linda Hirshman
- Women’s History Month Reading List
- M. M. Silver: Why It Matters That Marshall Was Never Nominated for the Supreme Court
Nat Bernstein is the former Manager of Digital Content & Media, JBC Network Coordinator, and Contributing Editor at the Jewish Book Council and a graduate of Hampshire College.