WATCH: In the wake of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death, “RBG” co-director Betsy West reflects on the “thrilling” experience of capturing the Supreme Court justice’s life for the Academy Award-nominated documentary.
In the wake of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death, “RBG” co-director Betsy West reflects on the “thrilling” experience of capturing the Supreme Court justice’s life for the Academy Award-nominated documentary.Read more: MSNBC »
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Justice RBG Is Dead At 87 And Everything Is TerribleGinsburg died of metastatic pancreatic cancer at her home in Washington, D.C., surrounding by family. vote2020 It would be wonderful if everyone honored her legacy by donating $10 to Amy McGrath's campaign to unseat McConnell. I do believe RGB would approve. Everything is good
How RBG Remained Determined 'To Do the Job She Loves' Till the End'RBG' directors Betsy West and Julie Cohen discuss Justice Ginsburg's legacy.
‘RBG’ Directors On How Ruth Bader Ginsburg Wanted To Be RememberedBetsy West and Julie Cohen, who directed RBG, the feature-length documentary about Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, reacted Friday to Ginsburg’s death Friday at age 87. “Like … baby killer.
The Glorious RBGRuth Bader Ginsburg leaves the work of justice not only unfinished but at risk of being undone. irin remembers Ginsburg's genius and warmth irin Sad. A greatly admired woman. My deepest condolences to her family and friends. irin Ha ha ha ha irin Brooklyn gal makes good 😌
Ginsburg, a feminist icon memorialized as the Notorious RBGJustice Ginsburg showed over and over a steely resilience in the face of personal loss and serious health problems that made the diminutive New Yorker a towering women’s rights champion and forceful presence at the court over 27 years. ...LOVE YOU AidanRGallagher We need more women and judges like her👏👏👏👏💕🙇 AidanRGallagher 🇺🇸
'Thank you, RBG': Leaders react with sadness, shock to Ruth Bader Ginsburg's deathU.S. politicians responded with shock and sadness Friday evening upon learning that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died.