Ken & Dana Design Rights Rings: Shop for a Cause

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Ken & Dana Design Rights Ring
Ken & Dana Design Rights Ring

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I haven't stepped inside a courtroom in years, but that's done nothing to diminish how proud I feel to be an attorney when I re-read some of the landmark court decisions that shaped the American legal system. The written decisions in cases like Loving v. Virginia and Brown v. Board of Education capture moments in time when a well-made argument changed the way the legal system works, creating or upholding very important civil rights.

Now a forward-thinking jewelry company has created a way to commemorate some of the most important U.S. Supreme Court decisions in the area of civil rights, while supporting an important charitable cause. Ken & Dana Designs Rights Rings each commemorate an important civil rights case, with the case citation embossed on a chic ring. Not only can you show your support of an important decision, you can help a great cause in the process. 20% of each sale will be donated to the Harlem Children’s Zone, a community-based organization that offers education, social-service and community-building programs to children and families.

Rings are available in commemoration of the following U.S. Supreme Court cases:

Loving v. Virginia – legalized interracial marriage
Leser v. Garnett – upheld the 19th amendment, women's right to vote
Romer v. Evans – protects against discrimination by sexual orientation
Brown v. Board of Education – desegregated schools

Rings are available in three styles: the regular Rights Ring shown above, the Rights Small Silver Two Finger Ring, and the Rights Silver Two Finger Ring. Click through the photo or any linked text to link directly to where you can purchase that Ken & Dana Design Rights Ring style online.