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The Loss of a Prophetic Voice …

This past week the world lost a significant voice of someone who lived out an example of genuine concern for all people and especially those on the margins of our society who are so often overlooked. Ruth Bader Ginsburg was in my opinion a prophet who used the privileged position she was given to work on and attend to issues of justice for all people. With her death, there is a silencing of that voice; however her witness continues through the outpouring of tributes of the work and good she did especially as a Supreme Court Judge.

She is known for making many inspirational comments which were profound and which remain poignant even through her death. Read More.

Posted on: September 24th, 2020

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