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Watching Rabbi Lauren Holtzblatt leads memorial service
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Ionel Prodan Oct 17
Watch: wanted people to know more about one of her legal heroes
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Gabi *Masks up* McCauley Oct 16
I love how my very rural community surprises me.
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Natalie M Spinelli Oct 19
My tribute to Ruth Bader Ginsburg. A personal hero for me and millions of other women.
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Jo-Ann Alvarez Webb Oct 17
Here comes the local union to stand with women
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Darryl Williams Oct 19
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The Epoch Times Oct 22
senators proposed a bill that would stop Democrats from passing any new laws in the Senate. This comes after Democrats threatened to expand the if Senate Republicans fill ’s seat.
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Little Suzie Oct 22
Replying to @funder
is coming!!! πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™ Do it For Do it for our country!
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π™ΌπšŠπš—πšπš’πšπšŠβœŒοΈŽοΈŽ Oct 22
β€œMy mother told me to be a lady. And for her, that meant to be your own person, be independent.” We don’t live in a world that’s too sensitive these days we live in a world that has lost sight of compassion. β™₯︎
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International Women's Forum Oct 20
What better way to kick off our World Leadership Conference TOMORROW, 10/21, than with a tribute to the great Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Join us tomorrow, and find the full conference lineup here:
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Maree WhiteleyπŸŒπŸ‘« Oct 17
Watching β€œOn the Basis of Sex” on What a woman!
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La Crosse Schools 16h
in Mariah Bigelow's Coulee class created projects after learning about the life & work of Justice . The activity lead to insightful discussions about civil rights, bridging divides, & speaking up in the pursuit of equality.
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LVS Oct 22
Replying to @haleytalbotnbc
You can’t replace a queen with a handmaid.
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Susan Hoppler Oct 21
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Regina Oct 19
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Sheeblee Oct 22
Wore my mask when yesterday. (I work a second mask over it to make sure I wasn't violating any voter laws. The blue shirt was a happy accident and was mainly covered up with my jacket anyways.)
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Rosebudwoman 13h
Continuing to celebrate the life and legacy of - an extraordinary life of leadership, and the kind of public servant we should all seek to encourage πŸ’›
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Madalynne πŸŒΉπŸ§šβ€β™€οΈπŸπŸŒ»βš˜πŸ‡¨πŸ‡΅πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ Oct 15
My hero. A woman who is braver than most. She dedicated her whole life making the world better and equal place. She was going to leave her foot print on the world until she literally couldn't anymore. She had no intentions of stopping.
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Carla Bleiker Oct 17
β€œWe’re not just about marching today, we’re about voting.” The in Washington DC 17 days before the election is held in memory of
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getaknockout Oct 16
Ruth Ginsburg made a powerful impact on the world with her women’s rights court decisions. Ruth set up several examples for girls pursuing their careers in law, and we look up to her for everything she has done for the generations to come.
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