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Gender discrimination warrior Ruth Bader Ginsburg celebrated with mural

Achieving Woman - By Reuters | November 26th 2020 at 10:00:00 GMT +0300
The three-story mural, which was completed on November 30

A huge colorful portrait of the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg now greets passersby over an East Village crosswalk in New York City.

The three-story mural, which was completed on November 30, features a collage of vibrant images of an eagle, dove and flower, symbolizing the justice’s life.

“I think it’s very beautiful ... very inspirational,” said New York resident Teddy Koutsos. “In New York, we have a lot of inspiration through art.”

The mural’s creator, who goes by the pseudonym Elle and signs her work with “ElleStreetArt,” said she was excited to honour Ginsburg’s life. The project was commissioned by advocacy group IntoAction and a Los Angeles-based creative agency, TaskForce, the organizations that commissioned former U.S. President Barack Obama ‘Hope’ poster.

Ginsburg, affectionately known as “RBG” died on September 18 (Photo: Courtesy)

“What we see is this incredible woman who had an incredible work ethic and fought hard for what she believed in,” Elle told Reuters.

Ginsburg, affectionately known as “RBG” died on September 18 at age 87 at her home in Washington, D.C. She was a stalwart liberal on the U.S. Supreme Court starting in 1993, and many of her decisions championed gender equality and liberal causes.

Raised in a working-class family in New York City’s borough of Brooklyn, Ginsburg overcame sexism in the male-dominated worlds of law school and the legal profession, becoming just the second woman ever to serve on the nine-member Supreme Court.

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