This icon has been an inspiration for generations.
Ginsburg was the first Jewish woman and the second woman to serve on the Court. In 1960, Supreme Court justice Felix Frankfurter rejected Ginsburg for a clerkship position due to her gender. During the early 1960s she worked with the Columbia Law School Project on International Procedure. Her work in Sweden profoundly influenced her thinking on gender equality.
In 1970, she co-founded the Women's Rights Law Reporter a law journal focusing exclusively on women's rights. In 1972, Ginsburg co-founded the Women's Rights Project at the ACLU. The Women's Rights Project and related ACLU projects participated in more than 300 gender discrimination cases by 1974. As the director of the ACLU's Women's Rights Project, she argued six gender discrimination cases before the Supreme Court between 1973 and 1976, winning five
Original digital artwork from the series, "Long Live the Resistance" featuring strong females that have long stood up to the patriarchy. Artwork highlights the a single striking features as well as body language to tell a story of strength, power and femininity.
Measures: 5.5" x 4" Includes purple 30% recycled paper envelope.
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