What Does Dissent Mean To You? Tayria's Story
We all wear them with pride and joy, and in solidarity with all that RBG represents. Then I made another large order to give to each in a gathering of women for a retreat I was conducting. Again, we all wear them joyfully and proudly, in solidarity with each other as well as with her spirit. They are a symbol of the strength, persistence, power, heart, and possibility of what women can do to help in this sometimes overly masculine-dominated world. RBG is a role model and a pleasure to behold. I am so grateful to her and for her. "
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