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Three Africans among the seven female judges fighting for equality around the world in the footsteps of Justice Ginsburg

Three Africans among the seven female judges fighting for equality around the world in the footsteps of Justice Ginsburg

ANASTASIA MOLONEY, KIM HARRISBERG, ROLI SRIVASTAVA, NITA BHALLA AND RINA CHANDRAN THE late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a champion of women's rights and prevailed over systemic sexism in the legal ranks to become one of America's best-known jurists. Ginsburg cast key votes in landmark rulings securing gender equality, expanding gay rights and safeguarding abortion rights. Across the world, other women trailblazers from Ethiopia and India to Kenya and Colombia have achieved similar victories in their home countries, pioneering changes in laws and setting legal precedent from the highest court benches. LEONA THERON, SOUTH AFRICA Theron is…
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