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B is for “Book Release”: RBG’s Last Book To Be Published in 2021

The loss of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is without a doubt one of the lower lows of this uncommonly uphill year, and so it may come as a comfort to many that the allegedly notorious RBG—a national pillar of empowerment, equity, and social justice—is not quite done speaking.

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Before her tragic passing in September, Justice Ginsburg co-authored Justice, Justice Thou Shalt Pursue: A Life’s Work Fighting for a More Perfect Union alongside law professor Amanda L. Tyler, who plans on publishing through the University of California Press in March of 2021. This book is a collection of conversations, oral arguments, notable briefs, some of Ginsburg’s last speeches, and some of her favorite, often dissenting statements that she wrote as Supreme Court Justice.

Formerly a clerk to Justice Ginsberg, Tyler reveals how the late Supreme Court Justice was a ruthlessly thorough editor, always paying mind to be consistently specific about words—a trait that any writer and reader well knows to be a necessity in activism.

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This is the third of Ginsburg’s books, having already under her belt her memoir My Own Words (2016) and Decisions and Dissents of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, published ten days before her death this year.