Ruth Bader Ginsburg my hero

I cried in the dark for 2 1/2 miles while riding my bike home tonight after Mama whatsapped me the news “Justice Ginsburg died.”

I haven’t had a lot of hero’s in my life.
The list is Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and my Father and Mother.

She changed millions of people’s lives as a champion of Justice, Equality, Diversity & Women’s Rights. She also changed the lives of her family as a wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother.


She was always in the minority. Yet she always fought relentlessly.


Her 27 years on the Supreme Court (the first time in 26 years the Democrats appointed a judge) changed history.

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Tonight for #RuthBaderGinsburg I have a candle burning.

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But I have to wonder was the MOST IMPORTANT American Election 2016?

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And we FAILED.

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I ask that because I don’t want to see all the great work she did for a lifetime overturned, deleted, and erased.

The truth is we have NOT done enough to protect her legacy.

Can we not fail her again November 2020?

Voting is not enough you must continue to #dissent and “fight for the things you care about” every single day.
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#rgb #notoriousrbg #riprbg #thankyourbg #rbgforever