THE WHITE RIBBON FOUNDATION

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15 October, 2021

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This Saturday 16 October the Scotch Oakburn College community is supporting the White Ribbon Foundation’s call for boys and men to stand in solidarity with all the women in our lives and say a loud NO to the abuse of women and children in our community.

We will be part of a powerful photo of men and boys standing together with George Bailey and Launceston’s Mayor, Albert van Zetten and Deputy Mayor, Danny Gibson.

The photo will be taken on the UTAS Stadium playing surface at 10.30am (sandshoes only). Students are requested to wear full summer uniform and will be free to leave shortly after.
Bring as many of your brothers, sons, dads and mates as we join together with men and boys from other workplaces, sporting clubs, schools, unions, church and performing arts groups and send a powerful message of support.

Ben Marsland
Deputy Principal

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