“You could call it a terrorist act of kindness,” Ruby told the Journal before her identity was revealed. “We won’t stop until we’re arrested. And then I guess we’ll ask the judge to give us some beautiful community-service project.”
“To see these words of hope and encouragement, and artistically done, was just really … interesting,” said Scott Wierman, the president of the Winston-Salem Foundation. The foundation awarded the duo an ECHO, or Everyone Can Help Out, award for building social capital in creative ways.