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“Real change, enduring change, happens one step at a time.” –Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Inspired by the life, career and words of the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, peasoupATTACK has joined creative forces with artist, Diana Weymar, and Beacon Gallery, to produce a piece of wearable art to honor the iconic leader and to inspire others to continue her legacy of social justice. 

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The Inspiration

The limited edition T-shirt design is based on Weymar’s artistic interpretation of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s jabot collars and epochal quote, “Real change, enduring change, happens one step at a time.” Her words remain timely, her message clear. Now, more than ever, we must commit to carrying on the legacy of her work. 

Message

Included with the purchase of each limited edition shirt, is a screen-printed postcard, designed by Diana Weymar, honoring our newest Supreme Court Justice, Ketanji Brown Jackson. 

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The RBG T-Shirt

Both the T-shirt honoring Justice Ginsburg and postcard honoring Justice Jackson are limited edition screen prints done by hand. They are the result of a collaboration between Weymar’s The Tiny Pricks Project, Beacon Gallery, and the art collaborative peasoupATTACK. Your purchase supports these three small female-owned ventures and honors the ongoing struggle for equal rights. A portion of the proceeds of this sale will be donated to the non-profit organization, Race Amity, which works to develop forums and initiatives to advance cross-racial and cross-cultural amity that impact the public discourse on race. 

The T-Shirt were released on Sunday, August 21st at 8:00 PM EST and SOLD-OUT!!!

 

The T-shirts are a limited edition. After all T-shirts are sold, the design will be retired.

View product page HERE.

Thank You so much for your support!!!

About Beacon Gallery

Beacon Gallery is a contemporary art gallery founded and run by Christine O’Donnell, a native to the Boston area. Located in Boston’s South End the gallery focuses on activism and social justice while offering original art from both the Boston area and beyond. Beacon Gallery's exhibition program includes thought-provoking solo and group shows as well as community-building events. Beacon Gallery aims to bring their message of social justice, and conceptual, unique art from emerging and mid-career artists to collectors and institutions around the world.  

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ABOUT Diana Weymar

Diana Weymar is an artist and activist. She grew up in the wilderness of Northern British Columbia, studied creative writing at Princeton University, and worked in film in New York City. She has worked on projects with Build Peace (in Nicosia, Bogota, Zurich, and Belfast), the Arts Council of Princeton, the Nantucket Atheneum, the W.E.B. Du Bois Center at UMass Amherst, the University of Puget Sound, The Zen Hospice Project (San Francisco), the Peddie School, Open Arts Space (Damascus, Syria), Trans Tipping Point Project (Victoria, BC), New York Textile Month, Textile Arts Center (Brooklyn, NY), The Wing (NYC and SF), and Alison Cornyn’s Incorrigibles project, as well as Syrian journalist and activist Mansour Omari. She is a judge / presenter for All Stitched Up at the University of Puget Sound. She has also curated exhibitions at the Princeton, NJ headquarters of Fortune 500 company, NRG Energy, and exhibits for the Arts Council of Princeton.Diana is the creator and curator of Interwoven Stories and The Tiny Pricks Project, both of which are open for public participation. Her work has been exhibited and collected in the United States and Canada.