September 22, 2020
By Suzanne Monyak
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died on Friday after serving on the U.S. Supreme Court for nearly three decades, leaves behind a legacy of calling for due process rights for immigrants and accountability for law enforcement agencies.
A New York native and daughter of a Jewish immigrant from Russia, Justice Ginsburg often voted in favor of recognizing constitutional rights and preserving protections for immigrants in major immigration cases, joining dissents that rebuked the indefinite detention of immigrants and President Donald Trump’s travel ban.
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