A new mural of the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg is now in downtown Manhattan.

Two Manhattan women led the charge in the development of the mural of former Supreme Court Justice Ruth Ginsburg, who passed away last month. The mural is a tribute to Ginsburg’s extraordinary contributions to justice and gender equality and a celebration of American’s coming together to strengthen their community.

Taylor Carr, local artist, and Jessica Kerr, Community Organizing and Education Chair of the Manhattan Alliance for Peace and Justice are the two women behind this project. Kerr says with the everything going on in our world right now, a mural of Ginsburg and what she stood for, seemed like something everyone could get behind.

With the help of several women and the support of the many people and organizations in the community, Kerr and Carr were able to complete the mural on October 18.

The mural is located downtown Manhattan in the alley opposite of The Chef and was made possible by donations from Manhattan residents, local artists, Manhattan Alliance for Peace and Justice, and INCITE MHK.

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