The second woman in history to serve on the United States Supreme Court, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, will speak at the National Constitution Center on Sept. 6, the museum said.
Ginsburg will discuss the role and influence of the Supreme Court in United States history with museum CEO Jeffrey Rosen. Admission is $7 for students, teachers, and members of the Constitution Center and the National Museum of American Jewish History and $10 for non-members.
Ginsburg last visited the National Constitution Center in 2008 as part of the Peter Jennings Project for Journalists and the Constitution. Along with Justice Elena Kagan, Judge Gene E.K. Pratter, and Professor Sherilynn Ifill, she participated in a discussion on the successes and continued challenges faced by women in law, according to a news release.