Category: Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Burn the White Flag: A Poem for RBG

“Burn the White Flag” Despair not the death of giants; Upon their broad shoulders, we are gifted— A magnificent vista; view to possibility. Their memory is lamp and key, Tempered tools of heart and soul, To see what we cannot see alone; To unlock… Continue Reading “Burn the White Flag: A Poem for RBG”


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