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Want your accessories to have a point? Then follow Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s lead by adorning these statement enamel pins. It was in the year 2000, during the contested Bush v. Gore battle, that RBG first employed the phrase “I dissent,” and she’s remained an inspirational presence on the Supreme Court ever since.
Designed by The Unemployed Philosophers Guild, this set features a portrait of Ruth Bader Ginsburg wearing her famous bib necklace—also affectionately known as her “dissent collar”—as well as a silver pin with the text, “I dissent.” Wear the pins together for empowered energy, or mix and match them with other pins from your collection. We think Ruth and Rosie make for a super pair!
Founded in 2011, the Unemployed Philosophers Guild contends that “the unexamined gift is not worth giving” and creates items that fulfill people’s needs for finger puppets, warm slippers, coffee mugs, and above all, laughter.