Social Media Says Thank You to Ruth Bader Ginsburg

The world is mourning the loss of Ruth Bader Ginsburg who passed away September 18, 2020, just before sundown.

I mention “just before sundown”, to convey that Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away just before the beginning of the Jewish New Year. Traditionally, Rosh Hashanah is also known as the day of judgement; the day Jewish people believe each person’s good deeds are weighed and judged to determine our fates for the coming year. For many this is symbolic of her as a woman of great righteousness.

I did not hear of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s passing until after Rosh Hashanah. When she passed away, it was already Rosh Hashanah here in Israel. Hopping on to the social media platforms, here are some of the best posts I found that commemorate the spirit of who Ruth Bader Ginsburg was and the good she brought to our world.

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#rbg #notoriousrbg #ruthbaderginsburg #fuckthepatriarchy #vote2020 #fucktrump #notmycheeto #dissent

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Also might be because I’m so over 2020. #ruthbaderginsburg #rbg #royalty #womensrights #dissent #workfromhome #wfhlife #emailsuccess #2020

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Spent some time this weekend doodling our passed warrior. Any guesses what I titled this? #rbg #doodle #notoriousrbg #dissent

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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has perhaps passed on from this world. But she will continue to live on as an icon for both men and women, boys and girls. She stood for justice and equality, even when they were unpopular. Through hard work and perseverance, she rose to power and used her power for good, making an indelible mark on our world. Baruch Dayan HaEmet.