8 Jan 2018
29 Jan 2018
12 & 19 Feb 2019 – The Anniversary Issue
9 April 2018
23 April 2018 – Travel & Food Issue
8 May 2018
14 May 2018 – The Innovators Issue
9 & 16 July 2018
8 Oct 2018
- The canvas ceiling – New York’s postwar female painters and the obstacles they faced
- Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s unlikely path to the Supreme Court – beyond seeing her as an icon and hero to feminists (a view that threatens to simplify her story and flatten out her complexities)
5 Nov 2018
- The Eleventh Hour – the true legacy of 11.11.18
24 & 31 Dec Oct 2018
- Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Nephew, Daniel Stiepleman, on Winning the Aunt Lottery: “On the Basis of Sex,” movie centered on the Supreme Court Justice and how he came to see the Ginsburgs’ marriage as a model for his own.
The story of Charles E. Moritz v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue, from 1972, the only case that Martin Ginsburg argued alongside his wife Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Their client was an unmarried salesman taking care of his elderly mother, but the tax code prohibited him from deducting caregiving expenses, because he was a man. The attorneys, working with the A.C.L.U., thought that a male plaintiff would be the perfect vehicle for a gender-discrimination case. They were right: the Tenth Circuit ruled in their favor.