Photo Essay: Honoring Ruth Bader Ginsburg

By Caroline Klecka

Signs, flowers and candles were left in front of the Supreme Court building last week. (Caroline Klecka/The Writer’s Bloc)
A quiet crowd, many with masks on, gazes down at signs left in front of the Supreme Court building. (Caroline Klecka/The Writer’s Bloc)
A sign left outside reads “Women belong in all places where decisions are being made.” (Caroline Klecka/The Writer’s Bloc)
A sign reads “May her memory be a shield unto us,” a traditional Jewish phrase of honoring the dead. (Caroline Klecka/The Writer’s Bloc)
Two children’s paintings sit on top of a curb saying, “I will continue to fight” and “We got it from here.” (Caroline Klecka/The Writer’s Bloc)
“Thank you RBG, fight • resist • vote”  (Caroline Klecka/The Writer’s Bloc)
One of several signs outside the Supreme Court building reads “Real change, enduring change, happens one step at a time.” (Caroline Klecka/The Writer’s Bloc)
Signs honoring the late Supreme Court Justice line down the sidewalk. (Caroline Klecka/The Writer’s Bloc)
The American flag hangs at half-staff outside of the Supreme Court building in honor of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. (Caroline Klecka/The Writer’s Bloc)

Featured Photo Credit: Caroline Klecka/The Writer’s Bloc

Caroline Klecka is a sophomore multiplatform journalism major and can be reached at kleckaca@terpmail.umd.edu.

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