Asheville artists honor Ruth Bader Ginsburg with costume compilation

Message from Dana Irwin:

As a tribute to RBG this group of western NC/Asheville women and one man styled themselves ala Ruth Bader Ginsburg and submitted photos to me—all in less than 48 hours. We couldn’t attend the usual Asheville costume All Hallows’ Eve celebrations so we steered our energy in a different direction this year.  I put this poster together and thought you might have an interest in their efforts for your magazine. Artists, actors,  teachers, doctors, realtors—all walks of life in and around Asheville.


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One thought on “Asheville artists honor Ruth Bader Ginsburg with costume compilation

  1. Lou

    What an honorable woman…given no honor the week of her death because the Nazi GOP had to push through their handmaiden.
    RIP Ruth, you made a difference, something Trumpers can never say with a positive connotation.

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