New Ruth Bader Ginsburg exhibit offers in-depth look at justice's life and career
The late Ruth Bader Ginsburg was known for her tireless work protecting civil rights and equal opportunity as a Supreme Court justice, and a new exhibit now offers an -in-depth look at her life and career.
Growing up in Flatbush, Brooklyn, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a trailblazer and one of the few women on the bench of the United States Supreme Court.
The "Notorious RBG" exhibit at the New York Historical Society celebrates the life and achievements of the cultural icon.
The traveling exhibit began in Los Angeles and made its way across the country.
Before her death in 2020, Ginsburg was able to see it brought to life.
It was a special moment for employees, who say Ginsburg was a friend of the Historical Society. She even took part in a citizenship naturalization ceremony back in 2018.
Her personal life is also detailed with home movies showing her on her honeymoon with her husband Marty, as well as replicas of her Brooklyn apartment.
Historical Society staff members are putting the finishing touches on the exhibit before it opens to the public on Oct. 1. The exhibit is expected to run until January 2022.