ON THE ISLANDS OF INDONESIA
AN IBU IS A WOMAN OF RESPECT
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they craft their own independence, educate their children, lead communities. They change futures.
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg is rifling through her closet at the Supreme Court, showing the interviewer jabots, or collars, she has collected for different occasions on the bench. The gold one, a gift from her clerks, she chooses when presenting majority opinions; the dark jeweled collar she reserves for her famously dissenting opinions. Her favorite above, is hand beaded in South Africa - she loves to sport a global handmade style.
In RBG, the new documentary about her life, she explains that while men on the court have a white shirt and touch of tie personality peaking from under the black robes, she and Sandra Day O'Connor - the two first-ever female Supremes - decided to bring some feminine flair into the courtroom.