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19 September 2020

Walking. Germantown.
The Long View (A Portrait of Ruth Bader Ginsburg in 9 Songs):
No. 1, Prologue. Foresight – Patrice Michaels & Kuang-Hao Huang
No. 2, Celia. An Imagined Letter from 1949 – Patrice Michaels & Kuang-Hao Huang
No. 3, Advice from Morris – Patrice Michaels & Kuang-Hao Huang
No. 4, On Working Together – Patrice Michaels & Kuang-Hao Huang
No. 5, Anita’s Story – Patrice Michaels & Kuang-Hao Huang
No. 6, New York, 1961 – Patrice Michaels & Kuang-Hao Huang
No. 7, The Elevator Thief – Patrice Michaels & Kuang-Hao Huang
No. 8, Dissenter of de Universe. 5 Opinions and a Comment – Patrice Michaels & Kuang-Hao Huang
No. 9, Epilogue. The Long View, Questions Answered – Patrice Michaels & Kuang-Hao Huang
2 Dickinson Songs: No. 2, Wider Than the Sky – Patrice Michaels & Kuang-Hao Huang
Pot Roast à la RBG 4- Patrice Michaels & Kuang-Hao Huang
My Dearest Ruth – Patrice Michaels & Kuang-Hao Huang
Scalia/Ginsburg: You Are Searching in Vain for a Bright-Line Solution -Patrice Michaels & Kuang-Hao Huang

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To remember, to motivate

God of justice,
God of love,
God of grace,
we thank you for the life of
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
We remember her service to our country,
her compassionate, caring heart,
her fierce devotion to fairness,
her persistence in pushing for equity,
her brilliant dissents,
her commitment to pursuing justice for
women, the LGBTQ community, and people pushed to the margins.
We marvel at the incredible courage and grace
she publicly displayed in the face of illness.
We are grateful that she
“used whatever talent she had
to do her work to the very best of her ability”
and that she helped
“to repair tears in her society,
to make things a little bettert
hrough the use of whatever ability she has.”
We give thanks for the life of
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
May her memory be a blessing.
Amen.

Note: the words in quotations are quotes from Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

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