Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg speaks onstage at the Fourth Annual Berggruen Prize Gala in New York on Dec. 16, 2019.
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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was not only one of the most recognized leaders in the battle for gender equality, but also a voice advocating for women’s financial literacy. To be sure, the late RBG was one of America’s most respected feminist pioneers.
For more than 50 years, RBG worked to end sex and gender discrimination in U.S. law. First, as the founder of the ACLU Women’s Rights Project in 1972, where she successfully argued five of the six cases before the Supreme Court, and then as only the second woman serving on the U.S….