Ruth Bader Ginsburg: LGBTQ People Shake with Grief and Fear

Our giant has died, and the future threatens

Ruth Bader Ginsburg mural on U Street NW, Washington, DC by Artist Rose Jaffe. Photo by Ted Eytan. (CC BY-SA 2.0)

A giant has passed

The death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg yesterday has shocked oppressed and marginalized people, stunned feminists and women everywhere who revered the tiny judge for her groundbreaking work on gender equality.




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James Finn

James Finn

James Finn is a columnist for the LA Blade, a former Air Force intelligence analyst, an alumnus of Act Up NY, and an agented but unpublished novelist.

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