Celebrating the lifework of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and affirming the truth that the full equality of women and men is essential to secure humanity's future.
Women's Dignity: A Baseline For Justice - This interfaith poster highlights the principle of women's equality as found in diverse religions, and is free to download.
With Two Wings - An upbeat song from Red Grammer, primarily intended for children, but the message is for adults, too! You may also enjoy the spoken word video, Two Wings, by MDthepoet.
Caged Bird - A poem by Maya Angelou contrasting suppressed and liberated flight.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg: 2019 National Book Festival - In this one-hour video, Ruth Bader Ginsburg discusses her life and her book, My Own Words, with Nina Totenberg at the 2019 Library of Congress National Book Festival.
Tribute: The Legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Women's Rights Project Staff - A profile of the ground-breaking work done by Ruth Bader Ginsburg, before her equally legendary service on the U.S. Supreme Court, in association with the American Civil Liberties Union. The profile includes Ginsburg's other amazing female collaborators as well.
Progress of the World's Women - The homepage of UNWomen's Progress of Women Project. Scroll around the page to explore current United Nations' information and initiatives relating to women's equality.
Tahirih - Widely considered to be the earliest herald of modern women's rights, Tahirih's concerted questioning of both political and religious orthodoxy resulted in her execution. Her final recorded words were, "You can kill me as soon as you like, but you will never stop the emancipation of women." A broader overview of her life can be found in her Wikipedia profile.
On the Pulse of the Morning - Video of Maya Angelou reciting her poem, a cry for true and lasting human freedom for all.