Ruth Bader Ginsburg was born on 15th March 1933 who recently passed at the age of 87 on 18th September 2020. Ruth Bader became an American jurist who served as an accomplice justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. She was the longest-serving woman on the United States Supreme Court from 1993 till 2020. She served 27 years of her life for the U.S government with a bold and strong liberal voice.
About the early life of Ruth Bader Ginsburg:
Ruth Bader Ginsburg grew up in New York Brooklyn in the time period between the 1930s to 1940s. She finished her graduation from Cornell University then she went to Harvard Law School in 1956.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg was such a hardworking woman that she completed her studies while taking care of her first child. In the year 1993, she was nominated to the Supreme Court by President Bill Clinton. Ruth was the second woman in the United States to uplifted to the high court.
The cause of Ruth Bader Ginsburg death:
As it is very hard for all of us to accept the Ruth Bader Ginsburg is not between us anymore. But her work and memories are always going to be in the hearts of the people.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg announced that she was going through chemotherapy for a recurrence of cancer in July 2020. Ruth had formerly been dealt with for 4 bouts with most cancers over the years, which includes a pancreatic tumor in 2019 and growths in her lung in 2018.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away at her home in Washington D.C surrounded by her family. The cause of death was complications of metastatic pancreas cancer.
A tribute from the Hollywood for Ruth Bader Ginsburg:
For Supreme Court Justice and an icon is getting tribute from the entire Hollywood industry. Many big names of Hollywood gave a beautiful tribute to Ruth by remembering her and the legacy of her.
The star of Captain Marvel Brie Larson thanked Ruth Bader for uplifting the women’s rights. Actors like Barry Jenkins, Katy Perry, Alexandra Daddario, etc also showed their respect, love, and tribute to Ginsburg.
We as a team of The Scuttle Paper pray for her soul and for her family may her soul rest in peace.