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What young feminists can learn from Ruth Bader Ginsburg

22 September 2020

12:00 AM

22 September 2020

12:00 AM

So Ruth Bader Ginsburg is gone. What do I hope is her legacy? That younger feminists take a leaf out of her book and fight for real, material change instead of targeting older feminists as ‘bigots’ and ‘irrelevant’.

An old-school, early second wave feminist, Ginsburg was nevertheless loved and admired by legions of young women.

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