In memory of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Nav.It with roooted: Honoring a Legend

by roooted | 21 September 2020

The Notorious (and wealthy) R.B.G

Ruth Bader Ginsburg was… Wealthy
RBG dedicated her life to fighting for all people to be able to live and do as they please.
Last week, we explored the idea of wealth. My favorite definition described wealth as the ability to do what you want, when you want, with who you want, for as long as you want to.

Some of RBG’s accomplishments


What she means to me…
Just a little over a year ago, conversations about money left me feeling alienated and frustrated. Quickly, I realized I wasn’t alone. Many of the women (and men!) around me felt that intimidating finance-vibe too. To chip away at some of that, I decided to start my own financial conversation– and share it via email (!)

Without RBG’s work, the majority of our financial conversations wouldn’t be possible. So much of my research and writing has been on a subject shaped by RBG’s legacy: women and money. 
 

Three things RBG taught me about money:

1. When women have access to money, we all win.

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2. Financial independence is the root of all independence.

3. For centuries, American law has made economic discrimination seem like a “favor” to women. Don’t let others handle your money for you.
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