JOIN US ON A JCC TRIP TO
PHILADELPHIA FOR A GUIDED
TOUR OF THIS NEW EXHIBIT
NMAJH will be the first east coast stop
for a new exhibition about Justice Ginsburg.
Tracing a career that traveled from trailblazer to
pop-culture icon (RBG bobble head, anyone?),
the upcoming special exhibition Notorious RBG:
The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg is
the first museum retrospective about the
extraordinary life of U.S. Supreme Court Justice
Ginsburg. This exhibit, a visually rich and
entertaining exhibition, explores RBG's
legacy-including her days as a student, her
pioneering work as a lawyer and advocate for women's rights, and her precedent-setting role on our
nation's highest court.
The second woman-and the first Jewish woman-to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court, Justice
Ginsburg often notes how she has been influenced by the Jewish principle tikkun olam. which she
defines as "the obligation to improve the world carefully and steadily, to do one's part to make our
communities, nation, and universe more humane and more just."
Justice Ginsburg, a longtime
member of the Museum. will be
represented here with evidence of her
achievements across the length of her
life, including a snapshot of a young
Ruth Bader as summer camp rabbi,
her Supreme Court robe and jabot,
and her contemporary narration of a
film devoted to Justice Louis Brandeis.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2019
BUS LEAVES JCC AT 9:15 AM;
RETURNS APPROXIMATELY 6:00 PM
$59/ JCCMC Member; $65/ Non-member
(includes bus transportation, admission and guided tour, gratuities and snacks)
Lunch is on your own in the immediate area.
Please register by November 25, 2019. Sorry, No Refunds
Call Diane Mae/ for more info. 732-593-5967