As a disabled woman, I celebrate many of her powerful opinions and dissents — especially the opinion she wrote for Olmstead v. L.C. in 1999, which declared that disabled people have a right under the Americans with Disabilities Act to receive state-funded supports and services in their communities rather than in segregated institutional settings. This decision was just one of many ways Justice Ginsburg truly did center justice for all.In addition to all her remarkable work on women's rights, RBG showed women that you don't need to be loud or big to be effective. And her dedication showed women that advocating for justice is a life-long commitment. Not just something that starts or stops with one administration.As a 20-something-year old Jewish woman, I — like millions of others — have idolized RBJ. Not only was she extremely proud to embrace her Judaism which, in a world full of hate and anti-Semitism, was refreshing and inspiring. I will continue to utilize my voice to advocate for others for years to come — without her, I wouldn't have that courage.