Did Ruth Bader Ginsburg die?
Ruth Bader Ginsburg was born in 1933. She attended Harvard and Columbia University law schools. She taught law at Columbia and Rutgers. She launched the women rights project and was ranked as the leading advocate in the Supreme Court for equality. In 1980 she was appointed to the US court of appeals by the current president Jimmy Carter.
She was later appointed to the US Supreme Court in 1993 by president Bill Clinton. Ginsburg has won many awards and has been listed among the top powerful women in the country. Fortune ranked her as one of the best world’s leaders in 2016. She is best known for her work and most notably in the field of law and gender equality.