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On September 18, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed from pancreatic cancer. Early on in her career, she fought for equality between men and women as a lawyer. As a justice, she continued to fight against gender discrimination, transforming the law in our country. Standing out as a symbol for women’s rights movements, Ginsburg led feminists into a new age for America. Despite her age, she continued as a justice until her death, representing the determination of the human spirit. Ginsburg lived a remarkable life, and in this package, Eastside invites you to travel back to the past to understand how a Jewish girl from Brooklyn changed America.