RBG: Justice Not Dinosaurs focuses on Ruth Bader Ginsburg's 60 years of gender equality activism based on the legal profession. In a time and space when the early American folk customs had not yet opened up, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, in the legal workplace where white men were the main members, abide by the American Declaration of Independence and the Constitutional concepts also promulgated by white men, to draft the historical background The charter tool, which seems reasonable but has discriminatory habits in today's view,
will gradually bridge the gap between the anachronistic law and reality. Judging from the history of the feminist movement in the United States, Ruth Bader Ginsburg is not the most radical woman who is at the forefront of the crowd, but a progressive conservative force. The legal lawsuits of the 1970s aroused speculations about the conflict between the Constitution and local laws, pushed the Congress to amend laws, and set one benchmark for gender equality. Wedding Photo Editing Screenshot_2020-04-21_pm 4_56_38 Photo Credit: Provided by Giloo Documentary Video "Keeping pace with the times" keeps moving forward, and "waiting for an opportunity" to pause and think about the wisdom, in Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a state of stillness and movement, the conflict under the fusion of the two characteristics has become She thought deeply before she stepped forward.
Whether it is the style of Ruth Bader Ginsburg's decision or private life, it is clear that the two qualities complement each other. In legal work, Ruth Bader Ginsburg advocates that the "Constitution is dead", just like the "author is dead" theory supported by film critics in the film appreciation group. The good intentions of human beings are equal, stepping out of the ivory tower of the justices and giving the law the social needs and expectations of "advance with the times". However, one point not presented in this work but needs special mention: Ruth Bader Ginsburg does not believe that large-scale social ch