What We Can Learn From Ruth Bader Ginsburg About Raising Daughters
The world is still reeling from the loss of a feminist icon, a quiet lady who packed a giant fight inside her small frame. Ruth Bader Ginsburg, fondly called Notorious RBG in popular culture, has finally succumbed to cancer, now the Internet is teeming with tributes from people—many of them women and mothers—who were inspired by RBG. She lived a life of purpose and spent decades as a staunch supporter of and a fighter for women’s rights.
She championed the rights of working mothers, pushed to change biased laws, sought to protect women workers, and ultimately paved the way for women who want to have a career despite societal limitations. She embarked on a long and arduous campaign against pregnancy discrimination and fought to give women (especially mothers) equal access to career opportunities by crushing societal limitations in the legal arena.