How Ruth Bader Ginsburg helped a high school girl in New Jersey win a spot on boys tennis team
Wednesday, 23 September 2020
In a case that supported what became Title IX reforms, Ruth Bader Ginsburg fought for a teenage girl who just wanted to compete in tennis.
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