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Fearless Girl statue in NYC dressed in lace collar to honor Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Fearless Girl statue in NYC dressed in lace collar to honor Ruth Bader Ginsburg
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The Fearless Girl statue in New York City has been updated to pay tribute to the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgRuth Bader GinsburgRuth Bader Ginsburg, George Floyd among options for 'Remember the Titans' school's new name Bipartisan anger builds over police failure at Capitol Lindsey Graham praises Merrick Garland as 'sound choice' to serve as attorney general MORE

New Yorkers passing by Wall Street noticed over the weekend that the statue had been dressed with a lace collar reminiscent of Ginsburg's signature style.

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The change popped up within 24 hours of Ginsburg's death on Friday, due to complications from pancreatic cancer. Her death has sent shockwaves through the nation and prompted an outpouring of tributes to remember the pioneer of women's rights on the Supreme Court bench. 

According to local outlet Pix11, the company that first commissioned the Fearless Girl, State Street Global Advisors, also took out a full-page ad in the times on Sunday to honor Ginsburg, featuring a photo of the statue with Ginsburg's collar. The headline read: "Here's to the original."

The Fearless Girl statue was erected in the Financial District on International Women's Day in 2017, appearing to stare down the Charging Bull statue. It eventually moved to stand outside the New York Stock Exchange.

New York Gov. Andrew CuomoAndrew CuomoDe Blasio: New York City will run out of COVID-19 vaccine this week without resupply Overnight Health Care: Testing capacity strained as localities struggle with vaccine staffing | Health workers refusing vaccine is growing problem | Incoming CDC director expects 500,000 COVID deaths by mid-February Health workers refusing vaccine is new growing US problem MORE (D) on Saturday announced that the state would erect a statue of Ginsburg in her birthplace of Brooklyn to “honor the life and legacy” of the justice.