Learn more about the life and times of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg during “An Evening with Irin Carmon,” co-author of Notorious RBG, on Monday, April 12 from 7 to 8 p.m. on Zoom. Organized by the Temple’s Social Action Committee, the program is open to the Jewish and greater community.
This is the first in what we hope will be a continuing series of journalists speaking directly to our members about issues of the day and the newsmakers who make the decisions regarding those issues, “Behind the News.”
The author will speak about the late Justice Ginsburg, one of the Supreme Court’s most liberal justices and how her presence on the Court has affected the laws of our country. Filled with humor and inside stories, Carmon shares the time she spent with Justice Ginsburg to prepare for the book’s publication in 2015, plus the rich history of one of America’s most admired women. The hour will include a question-and-answer segment.
Thank you to the Dr. Harry W. Salon Foundation for its support.
This year we were extremely lucky to secure Carmon so soon after the untimely death of Justice Ginsburg in September 2020. Her story is one that will provide insight into the life and mind of Justice Ginsburg, and we are the first venue to schedule Carmon after the vacancy occurred on the Court.
This event is open to all who have a thirst for knowledge and an interest in the country’s changing landscape. Please feel free to share the news and the registration information with your friends.
The link will be sent through the weekly email to our Temple family. Others may contact us at office@templeCAV.org or (260) 744-4245 for access information.
Carmon is a journalist, co-author of the top ten, non-fiction New York Times bestselling Notorious RBG with Shana Knizhnik, and a frequent speaker around the country. A New York magazine senior correspondent and on-air CNN contributor, she reports and comments on gender, politics, and the law. Carmon and her co-author were featured in the award-winning and Oscar nominated 2018 documentary RBG.