The Arapaho United Methodist Church Dinner & Documentary Series invites you to watch "RBG" with us and be a part of a panel discussion on the evolving roles of women in faith, in culture and in the workplace.
A light dinner will be served and we would appreciate a $7.00 per person donation to help us offset cost of the food.
ABOUT THE DOCUMENTARY
This Academy Award-nominated documentary chronicles the career of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, which spans several decades, and how she developed a legal legacy while becoming a pop culture icon. The film is a biographical depiction of Ginsburg from her birth in Brooklyn, New York, her college education and subsequent career as a law professor, her appointment to the federal judiciary by President Jimmy Carter, and eventual appointment to the Supreme Court by President Bill Clinton.
The film includes interviews with feminist icon Gloria Steinem and NPR's Nina Totenberg on Ginsburg's trailblazing career focused on women's rights. Among the landmark cases brought before the Supreme Court, the 1996 decision that allowed female cadets to enroll at the previously all-male Virginia Military Institute (VMI) is discussed at length. Several female VMI graduates explain why the decision was important — for them personally, and in the larger struggle for women's rights.