Throughout her career, Ruth Bader Ginsberg fought for us, working women. This diminutive woman was called the “Thurgood Marshall of the women’s rights movement” as she, perhaps more than anyone else, advanced the rights of women in the workplace.
She fought for us so we didn’t have to hide our pregnancy at work. She fought for us so we could earn what our male counterparts earned. She fought for us so we could have a seat at the table and a voice in every room. She fought for us so we could be both leaders and fully ourselves.
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