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RBG

I loved this documentary. Ruth Bader Ginsburg is inspiring. This rendition of her life strikes a balance between her personal life and her professional career. Without the support of her progressive husband, she would likely not have been considered as a candidate to sit on the Supreme Court. But it was she herself, with her great legal mind, that convinced President Clinton to name her. And the role that she is playing now, as dissenter on case after case as the Court moves to the right, is vital and gives me hope. My two favorite memes: Notorious RBG and You can’t spell truth without Ruth. So awesome and true.

With Ann, Pat, and Al.

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I am currently Professor of Digital Media at Plymouth State University in Plymouth, NH. I am also the current Coordinator of General Education at the University. I am interested in game studies, digital literacies, open pedagogies, and generally how technology impacts our culture.

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