New Project Honors Ruth Bader Ginsburg And Her Love Of Music

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In this July 24, 2013, file photo, Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg poses for a photo in her chambers at the Supreme Court in Washington, before an interview with The Associated Press. Ginsburg, 87, developed a cultlike following over her more than 27 years on the bench, especially among young women who appreciated her lifelong, fierce defense of women's rights. She died Sept. 18, 2020. AP Photo/Charles Dharapak, / Associated Press
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In this July 24, 2013, file photo, Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg poses for a photo in her chambers at the Supreme Court in Washington, before an interview with The Associated Press. Ginsburg, 87, developed a cultlike following over her more than 27 years on the bench, especially among young women who appreciated her lifelong, fierce defense of women's rights. She died Sept. 18, 2020. AP Photo/Charles Dharapak, / Associated Press

New Project Honors Ruth Bader Ginsburg And Her Love Of Music

A new video that highlights the former Supreme Court Justice’s personal side — especially her love of music — goes live March 15.

Reset checks in with Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s son Jim as well as his wife, who performs songs honoring the late justice as part of the project.

GUESTS: Jim Ginsburg, son of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, founder of Cedille Records, a classical music recording company in Chicago

Patrice Michaels, daughter-in-law of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, composer-soprano, voice and opera lecturer at Northwestern’s Bienen School of Music