The RBG Western Vintage Graphic 1973 Protect Shirt was worn during the Roe v. Wade case. A t-shirt designed in the manner of the classic western genre, including a vintage-inspired image on the front, a neckline that is pliable and comfortable, colorful stitching, and high-quality screen printing. The sizing is “unisex,” hence the item itself is also unisex. This shirt comes in a plain box rather than the plastic bags that are often included with internet purchases of shirts.
RBG Western Vintage Graphic 1973 Protect Shirt Roe V Wade Description
RBG Western Vintage Graphic 1973 Protect Shirt Roe V Wade Information
|Printed in a Variety of Colors
|Sizes vary from S to 5XL (depends on style)
|Unisex Tee, Unisex V-neck, Unisex Hoodie, Long Sleeve Tees, Sweatshirts, Men’s Tank Tops, Women’s Racerback and others.
|Made in United States
Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Ruth Bader Ginsburg became the United States Supreme Court’s second female justice. Born in Brooklyn, New York, Bader attended Rutgers University Law School before moving on to Columbia University, where she became the university’s first female tenured professor. During the 1970s, she was the director of the American Civil Liberties Union’s Women’s Rights Project, and in 1980, she was appointed to the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. President Bill Clinton appointed her to the United States Supreme Court in 1993, and she continued to battle for gender equality in instances such as United States v. Virginia. She passed away on September 18, 2020, as a result of complications from metastatic pancreatic cancer.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been a federal judge for 25 years. She became the second woman to serve on the United States Supreme Court in 1993. Throughout her career, she has been a strong advocate for gender equality, women’s rights, and civil and political liberty.
One of the most famous feminist phrases is “Women belong in all areas where choices are made” by Ruth Bader Ginsburg. With this RBG Western Vintage Graphic 1973 Protect Shirt Roe v Wade, you may unleash your inner feminism. It includes a large image of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and her famous quote, which speak for all women fighting for equality.