Dissent Collar Pin
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has a special collar she wears on days when she dissents from decisions being handed down by the Supreme Court. Justice Ginsburg wore her “dissent collar” on November 9, 2016.
Now, you can wear your own dissent collar in the form of this 1" wide hard enamel pin.
50% of profits from the sales of this pin are split between three organizations:
- The Bronx Freedom Fund
- International Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP)
- Center for Reproductive Rights
Original illustration © Caitlin Kuhwald
This pin has small parts and is not made for children!
- dissent pin
I bought two of these pins: one for me and one for a friend and we both love them. The detail of the pins are really great and I wear mine on my jacket daily.
I am so grateful to have my dissent pin and be able to wear one on my coat and one on my clothing. I have reordered several times as I have met others who were thrilled to receive my pin after engaging in great conversation. Others might consider ordering duplicates so they, too, have an opportunity to share.
The pin is the perfect way to let people know where you stand and what you stand for.
You Keep Sending the Wrong Jewelry
I ordered the drop earrings I received the collar pin. I emailed them to tell them they sent me the wrong thing they sent me out (again) the wrong thing. This time they sent me the dissent collar earrings. I want the DROP earrings!!!