Ruth Bader Ginsburg Getting Her Own Museum in Philly
Ruth Bader-Ginsburg, the infamous Jewish Supreme Court justice, is receiving some much deserved recognition at the National Museum of American Jewish History in the city of sisterly love.
The exhibition, aptly titled “Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg,” honors the icon through a showcase of her accolades, accomplishments, and even fan art. This title was derived from the 2013 book authored by Irin Carmon and Shana Knizhnik, and accompanying Tumblr page where supporters posted memes and fan content to elevate RBG into the spotlight.
RBG had humble beginnings as a youth rabbi, but worked and continues to work for her position as a Supreme Court justice. She exemplifies justice, and even maintained an oddly congenial relationship with one of her biggest adversaries in the late Justice Scalia.
Make a point to stop by The National Museum of American Jewish History to see the behind the scenes look at the enigmatic RBG’s life and lifestyle. You may even leave with a recipe from her husband’s cook book.