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Justice Ginsburg at the Centennial of Justice Brandeis' nomination to the Supreme Court: the Notorious RBG meets the Notorious LDB
For any one of these aspects of the life of Louis Brandeis -- lawyer, scholar, justice -- we would remember him today as a figure of insight, brilliance, creativity, and moral courage. The combination renders him an extraordinary figure in the practice of law, legal scholarship, judicial craftsmanship and jurisprudence, and civic activism on both a national and international scale.
A Century Ago, Louis Brandeis Beat Big Business and Anti-Semites, and Revitalized American Democracy
"We can have democracy in this country, or we can have great wealth concentrated in the hands of a few," Louis Brandeis wrote, "but we can't have both."
Chabad at Brandeis, led by Rabbi Peretz and Chanie Chein, welcomed the spirited band Zusha into their home for the second year in a row, and the musically-talented, soul-inspired, hipped-out band drove up in their Zushvan, beating the sunset.
Digital media has given modern day student activism a widespread and easily implemented reach.
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Dr. Imad Abu Kishek, the President of Al-Quds University, sat across from me as we celebrated Iftar, Ramadan's nightly break-fast meal. The table was full of students and faculty from Brandeis and Al-Quds, all of whom share a common goal: to reestablish the partnership between our schools.