Bronze statue of Ruth Bader Ginsburg unveiled in downtown Brooklyn

NEW YORK — A 7-foot-tall bronze statue honoring late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was unveiled Friday morning in her Brooklyn hometown. Borough President Eric Adams and Assemblywoman Rodneyse Bichotte pulled a sheet off the 650-pound sculpture in the lobby of downtown Brooklyn’s City Point shopping center as cameras clicked. “She kept that Brooklyn pride and stride as she sat on the bench,” said Adams. “She made it clear — right out of Midwood — that she was happy to be a Brooklynite.” Brooklyn is returning the love. Her March 15, 1933 birthday will now be celebrated as Justice Ru…

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