Following a two-year effort by Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, New York City will celebrate the legacy of Brooklyn-born Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg by naming the Brooklyn Municipal Building after her.

Since 2018, Adams has led the push for the building to be named after Ginsburg. “All of us who looked up to her are grateful she is finally getting the posthumous recognition she deserves,” he said in a statement Tuesday.

Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, center, spoke during a public remembrance to honor the life and legacy of U.S. Supreme Court Justice and former Brooklynite Ruth Bader Ginsburg outside the Brooklyn Municipal Building on Sunday. Photo: Bebeto Matthews/AP Following a two-year effort by Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, New […]

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