During the U.S. Supreme Court’s winter break, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been on a whirlwind tour of law schools, universities and other venues. The #MeToo movement popped up in those conversations with the justice, who described herself in one recent chat as a “flaming feminist litigator” in her early years battling sex discrimination through the courts.
The justice’s interviewers prodded Ginsburg for her thoughts on the future of the #MeToo movement and how much progress has been made in eradicating gender discrimination since her own achievements on that front.
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