All Coloradans are invited to come together to commemorate and celebrate justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg during three days of activity outside the History Colorado Center, 1200 North Broadway. Ginsburg won her first landmark gender-discrimination case in Denver’s Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals in 1972.
The experiences culminate with a public ceremony on Tuesday, September 29, at 11:30 a.m. The gathering will include remarks from community leaders, bell tolling from the Denver City and County Building, and poetry readings.
All participants are asked to wear masks and maintain six-foot social distancing at all times. Tuesday’s ceremony will also be streamed live on facebook.com/historycolorado.
The commemoration is supported by a grant from former Lt. Governor Donna Lynne, with additional support from Bonfils Stanton Foundation.