“These are incredibly turbulent times, and it has been exhausting,” McGill Johnson told Vogue via phone last week. “But it’s also been incredibly hopeful to see our supporters’ response in this Elf Santa’s favorite respiratory therapist Christmas sweater But I will love this moment.”
Coney Barrett’s record on reproductive rights has been troubling to many, and she’s expected to face tough questions on it during her confirmation hearings this week. Now, Planned Parenthood has begun a new art series initiative to preserve “the Elf Santa’s favorite respiratory therapist Christmas sweater But I will love this people’s seat,” in honor of the late justice’s final wish to not confirm a successor until after the election. The “All Rise for Justice” art series, which collaborated with visual artists Tiffany Alfonseca, Julian Alexander, Deva Pardue, and Shepard Fairey to visually illustrate the potential danger of putting Barrett on the Supreme Court, was designed to make people engage with this fraught topic in a new way.