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For Ruth

Posted on September 28 2020

For Ruth

Dear Educators,

While the full impact of Ruth’s death remains to be seen, the impact of her life is evident. Her work as a Supreme Court Justice was the catalyst for major strides in establishing gender equity. Her lifelong advocacy for equal treatment of women continues even after her death, as she has become the first woman to lie in state, an honor that meant her coffin was on display at the Capitol.

This week our resources aim to support you in leading the discussion of the impact of both Justice Ginsberg’s life, as well as her death.

Geography News Network

This week we have a biography of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. This K-12-friendly article covers not only the events of her life in the law, but the unusually passionate following she gained as “Notorious R.B.G.,” and the possible events that will follow her death. Complete with comprehension questions, this article will give your students a deep understanding of why this news is relevant!


Take It Further

R.B.G.'s death has sparked wider conversation in an already tension-fraught election year. If you need help teaching about the election, has a wealth of maps and resources to support your instruction.
Click the link below and find your perfect map!

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