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Review ´ Ruth Objects 102 ✓ Ruth Bader Ginsburg is a trailblazer A fighter And a public servant who has dedicated her life to the pursuit of eualityWhen Ruth was a young girl her mother encouraged her to read be independent and stand up for what she thought was right Ruth graduated first in her class at Cornell University and tied for top of her graduatMing a cultural icon championing euality in pay and opportunity Her brilliant mind compelling arguments and staunch commitment to truth and justice have convinced many to stand with her and her fight continues to this dayThis installment of the award winning Big Words series brings a legendary figure into focus with Doreen Rappaport's incisive prose combined with Ruth's own words Eric Velasuez's dynamic illustrations infuse every scene with life in a moving tribute that will inspire young justice seekers everywhe. I really like this biography and all the details especially on cases that RBG worked on as a trial lawyer It also presents a picture of her and her husband as loving partners who worked together for the good of the familyI find the title weird not that Ruth Objects is a bad title for a book about RBG but that it really doesn't go with the text so much Ruth objected was used once in the entire book It feels like a story of RBG standing up for women and men who were treated wrongly because of their genderText covers the period to 2010

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Nd skill led to a distinguished career as a lawyer In 1993 she became the second woman ever appointed to the United States Supreme Court As a Supreme Court justice Ruth has inspired fierce admiration and faced fervent opposition for her judgments in high profile cases many of which have involved discrimination She has been lauded for her sharp wit and boldness even when her opinions differ from that of the majorityAs a student teacher lawyer and judge Ruth often experienced unfair treatment But she persisted beco. Peace Be Upon Her Ruth Objects The Life of Ruth Bader Ginsburg is a children's picture book written by Doreen Rappaport and illustrated by Eric Velásuez It is a biography of Ruth Bader Ginsburg who witnessed and experienced discrimination both subtle and overt that profoundly affected her choices and the direction her life would takeRuth Bader Ginsburg was an American jurist who served as an associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States from 1993 until her death in 2020 She was nominated by President Bill Clinton and was generally viewed as a moderate judge who was a consensus builder at the time of her nominationRappaport's text is rather simplistic straightforward and informative Rappaport uses uotations that appear on each spread which brings Ginsberg's own voice to her story Backmatter includes a timeline author and illustrator notes and a selected bibliography Velasuez creates pared down compositions that immediately draw readers into Ginsberg's facial expressions and emotionsThe premise of the book is rather straightforward This biography traces the life of Ruth Bader Ginsburg rather well Ginsburg rebuffs mid 20th century social norms becoming a spouse and parent while breaking ground as a female law student professor lawyer and eventually the second woman justice on the Supreme Court The concise narrative weaves in five of Ginsburg's landmark court cases in which she champions women’s rights and gender parityAll in all Ruth Objects The Life of Ruth Bader Ginsburg is an insightful and fascinating examination of Ginsburg as woman and jurist

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Ruth ObjectsRuth Bader Ginsburg is a trailblazer A fighter And a public servant who has dedicated her life to the pursuit of eualityWhen Ruth was a young girl her mother encouraged her to read be independent and stand up for what she thought was right Ruth graduated first in her class at Cornell University and tied for top of her graduating class at Columbia Law School But she faced prejudice as both a woman and a Jew making it difficult to get a job Ruth eventually found work as a law clerk and her determination diligence a. I read I Dissent and The Case of RGB Against Ineuality to students this week and now after reading this one I prefer it to the other two It has the most information about specific cases which I think illustrates Ginsburg's importance clearly