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Right On Pin (Set of 2)

Initially a poster, the social justice enamel pin became a collaboration between Defend New Orleans and constance.

Right on Pin with card backing. Photo courtesy of Michael Tucker for DNO.

$ 8.00 + Shipping [US only]
Set of 2 pins

1 in.
Enamel Pin

Text on card from above image:
The reverse ‘Right On’ button was purchased at a sale in the Black Pearl Neighborhood. In 1971, civil rights activist Dorothy Mae Taylor is the first African American woman elected to Louisiana legislature. She fought for criminal justice reform, public school integration and the desegregation of Mardi Gras Carnival Krewes.

Pin, on shirt for scale.
Original Social Justice Button, 1971. New Orleans.