RBG's Legacy Lives On

by Rikki Quintana October 08, 2020

RBG's Legacy Lives On

We lost an iconic figure when Ruth Bader Ginsburg died last month. It’s hard to believe it’s already been 3 weeks since her death on September 18th. The daily whipsaw of news since then has left us all dizzy and wondering how we'll manage without her.

At HoonArts, we just received our latest order of new RBG Christmas ornaments a few days ago. Looking at these little gems set me thinking about RBG's legacy. That led to looking at some of her most memorable quotes, which in turn reminded me of just what a visionary advocate for women she was. RBG and the Fair Trade movement share many of the same ideals and dreams for the future.

And that inspired us to create some RBG Quote Cards for our fans to remind you that her legacy lives on. Here's a couple of samples. 

 

 

If you would like to download the entire set of 12 iconic RBG Quote Cards, just click here. I'll just let her speak for herself. 

And if you'd like a tangible symbol of RBG's legacy to go with those Quote Cards, you can order one of our adorable RBG Christmas Ornaments. We just received a new shipment. They won't last long, so order now.

 

And check out the RBG pin available from our dear friends at Dunitz & Company, a fellow Fair Trade Federation member. Click here for more information.

RBG is obviously an inspiration for so many people! And her legacy will live on. It's up to us to take up her challenge to come together to build a better future for all of us.

 




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