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I generally know the topic of a blog in advance and, today, I expected to urge folks to apply and/or encourage others to apply for the Gotham Green Awards®. Circumstances changed and how. Between dinner and dessert Friday eve, I learned that we lost a veritable national treasure — Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States Ruth Bader Ginsburg – “a jurist of historic stature,” according to Chief Justice John Roberts.   This distinguished American of humble Bro...
1781 days ago 6 comments Categories: Politics Tags: Women, Human Rights, Creativity, Manhattan, Columbia
...especially if you love women. Who knew that September 14 was such a powerful day for human rights and creativity? In 1879, Margaret Sanger was born, founder of Planned Parenthood and one of the very first outspoken advocates of choice. For all you lawyers out there, in 1921 Constance Baker Motley was born, first African-American woman to be appointed a federal judge. 1934 brought us the fabulous Kate Millet, "a seminal influence on second wave feminism", and is best know...
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