Public remembrance for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg held in Downtown Brooklyn
The community and local leaders came together outside Borough Hall in Downtown Brooklyn Sunday to remember the life and legacy of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Officials at the remembrance ceremony say that the community can all work to carry on Ginsburg's legacy of advocating for marginalized communities.
People attending the ceremony were seen wearing shirts and other clothing with Ginsburg's face on them, and held signs thanking her for the work that she did and all that she's accomplished for women's rights.
Attendees also signed a card for her which Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams says he hopes to send to her family.
He says Ginsburg was a pioneer for so many.
Adams says he's pushing to name the Brooklyn Municipal Building in her honor.