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SCCA DIVERSITY: Honoring - Ruth Bader Ginsburg

SCCA DIVERSITY: Honoring - Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Venue : ZOOM

Event Start Date : Tuesday 03 November 2020

Event End Date : Tuesday 03 November 2020

Event Start Time : 07:00 pm

Event End Time : 08:00 pm

Registration Start Date : Friday 09 October 2020

Registration End Date : Wednesday 07 October 2020

Event Overview

Ruth Bader Ginsburg spent a lifetime flourishing in the face of adversity before being appointed a Supreme Court justice, where she successfully created a legacy as a Women’s Rights Champion fighting against gender discrimination and other issues.

Until her death on September 18, 2020, Ginsburg worked with a personal trainer in the Supreme Court’s exercise room, and for many years could lift more than both Justices Breyer and Kagan. Until the 2018 term, Ginsburg had not missed a day of oral arguments, not even when she was undergoing chemotherapy for pancreatic cancer, after surgery for colon cancer, or the day after her husband passed away in 2010. Justice Ginsburg proved time and again that she was a force to be reckoned with, and those who doubted her capacity to effectively complete her judicial duties needed only to look at her record in oral arguments, where she was, until her death, among the most avid questioners on the bench.

The SCCA and the AAA-ICDR Asia CMC wishes to honor and celebrate this lady of dignitary with our members through a few short unique videos of her past interviews and short films. RBG’s fight for gender equality and equity should continue. Join us for the interactive discussion on how we can take her efforts forward. The best way to honor her spirit would be to  talk about the initiatives in your organizations and what can we do further to enhance the impact for generations to come.

How can you honor and participate via zoom?

  • Change your zoom profile picture to RBG’s and yours – be creative!
  • Share why your inspirations, ideas, and quotes from RBG during this event.
  • Let us know how you or your organization is dissipating gender biases.


RBG’s fight is not over against gender discrimination – how can we along with her memories do what’s needed for the generations to come.

 

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