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Selena Gomez Makes a Statement with Pro-Choice ‘1973’ Necklace from Sophie Ratner Jewelry

It’s available in gold, silver, and gold with diamonds.

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Actress Selena Gomez recently created a buzz by wearing a “1973” necklace from Sophie Ratner Jewelry.

The piece is a political statement commemorating the 45th anniversary of the 1973 Roe v. Wade Supreme Court Decision protecting abortion rights.

It was created in a collaboration with Physicians for Reproductive Health. Thirty percent of proceeds will be donated to the organization.

The necklace comes in three versions: gold, which Gomez wore; silver; and gold with diamonds. They sell for $380, $115 and $850, respectively.

Gomez wore the necklace on Live With Kelly and Ryan. Sophie Ratner Jewelry posted a closeup of Gomez wearing the piece on Instagram.

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