Ruth Bader Ginsburg's #MeToo moment

Peter Castro
January 23, 2018

Ginsburg isn't anxious that the #MeToo movement might cause a backlash against women.

The new film captures that phenomenon as it chronicles Ginsburg's life from childhood in Brooklyn, New York, to courtship with her husband, Martin, at Cornell, and from her groundbreaking women's rights advocacy to her contemporary life on the bench.

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is speaking out about the #MeToo movement and her own experience with sexual harassment. She has reportedly hired four clerks for the October 2018 term and four clerks for the October 2019 term, which ends in June 2020. "The next day, the test is the practice exam, and I knew exactly what he wanted in return", the Justice revealed. She picked up and said, "This child has two parents".

The conversation then turned towards her thoughts on the #MeToo movement as a spearhead of women's rights over the decades. "I went to his office and I said, 'How dare you?' How dare you?'" she recalled.

"Every woman of my vintage knows what sexual harassment is, although we didn't have a name for it", Ginsburg told a crowd during a forum to promote her new documentary "RBG" at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, on Sunday.

Ginsburg sought help from the teacher, realizing she was not confident about the subject matter. "And I would like to say "Gins-burn" sometimes to my colleagues". "For so long, women were silent, thinking there was nothing you could do about it".

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She co-founded the Women's Rights Law Reporter, a pioneering law journal out of Rutgers School of Law, where she taught. Ginsburg mentioned that she has no plans of leaving the seat anytime soon, noting she is in a very good health to continue her profession.

She also spoke about the #MeToo viral movement encouraging women to come forward with stories of sexual harassment and assault in the wake of allegations against former Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein. "When I see women appearing everywhere, I'm less anxious about backlash than I was 20 years ago", Ginsburg added.

"I liked the actress who portrayed me", she added.

"The more women are out there doing things, the better off all of us will be for it". She said, "the remarkable thing about Marty is that he cared that I had a brain".

Is seems that the Notorious RBG was notorious long before she earned the moniker.

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