Essays on the Theme of Heroism

This page is about my hero Ruth Bader Ginsburg. I am excited to share what I know about her with you.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Supreme Court Hero for women’s rights

by Analicia Eliora Dias from Geneva, Switzerland

Women will only have true equality when men share with them the responsibility of bringing up the next generation.

152777Ruth Bader was born in 1933 and died in 2020.

She was known because of two things: one is she worked in the Supreme Court and second she fought for women’s rights.

Ruth dreamed about the world being a kind and peaceful place and most importantly equal. She dreamed that she would be the one to do it. In her time, boys and girls were separated into their own schools. Girls couldn’t do sports and other things which boys were allowed to do including law. But one day a law school opened and a few women were chosen to study there, and Ruth one of those women. There were only 50 women in a class of 500 men. 

Ruth did not just say no this is too hard I won't try because it was difficult in law school.  Instead Ruth was a risk-taker she fought back for change so that in the future boys and girls  can be equals.

Ruth is my hero and like her I say LETS MAKE THE WORLD EQUAL FOR EVERYONE!

152740Ruth Bader Ginsburg

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Last edited 9/30/2023 3:46:32 PM

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