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Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Fred Rogers documentaries hail soft voices behind powerful messages

She adorns her judicial robes with fashionable collars, including a special, embellished ruffle she wears on days she dissents from the decisions being handed down. He was known for changing from a coat to a cardigan sweater, a signal to the children watching his television show that he was there to spend time with them.

Shy in the spotlight, intelligent, well-mannered, steadfast in their beliefs, agents of change, subjects of parody, Supreme Court

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