At 87, Ruth Bader Ginsburg is still going strong. The Supreme Court Justice just performed the wedding of family friends Barb Solish and Danny Kazin. Can nothing stop this woman? And, of course, it was a Jewish wedding under a bridal canopy.
Just a couple of years ago Bill Maher called on everyone to protect Justice Ginsburg and asked her to be more careful. After news that she had slipped and broken a bone, Maher said on his HBO show Real Time that Democrats should cover Ruth Bader Ginsburg in bubble plastic. She recently appeared in several documentaries about herself and the movie On The Basis of Sex which told the story of how she rose from law school to being an important lawyer. movies about herself.
Ginsburg performed the wedding just weeks after she was treated once again for cancer. The bride, National Alliance on Mental Illness director of marketing and communications Barb Solish, released a tweet of the wedding with a picture of Ruth Bader Ginsburg Performing the ceremony. “2020 has been rough, but yesterday was Supreme,” read the tweet.
2020 has been rough, but yesterday was Supreme. pic.twitter.com/k9wBXtSCEm
— Barb Solish (@barbsolish) August 31, 2020
And as if that is not enough, just the other day it was announced that Justice Ginsburg would be awarded this year’s National Constitution Center’s Liberty Medal “for her efforts to advance liberty and equality for all.”
The Center will honor the Justice through a video tribute in words and music to be broadcast live on Thursday, September 17, 2020, Constitution Day. The program will feature. performances by internationally renowned opera singers and tributes from special friends of Justice Ginsburg.
In a statement “This year, we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote. To mark this milestone throughout 2020 and beyond, the National Constitution Center has launched a new initiative, Women and the Constitution. A celebration of women’s equality and leadership, the initiative includes a new long-term exhibit on the 19th Amendment, national constitutional conversations and debates, podcast episodes, blog posts, and educational materials that engage middle and high school students and learners of all ages.
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