The White Ribbon Movement is a gathering of more men involved in ending women's violence.


(The white ribbon Campaign) is a Canadian men's campaig […]

(The white ribbon Campaign) is a Canadian men's campaign to end men's violence against women. The cause was on December 6, 1989, a thug with a dissatisfaction with the women's movement and outstanding female students, shooting 14 young engineering female college students. After the tragedy, some men organized and set up groups such as “White Ribbon” and “Men: For Change” to work to eliminate violence against women. The white ribbon, as a symbol of this movement, symbolizes that men’s violence against men is no longer forgiven and no longer silent. Every year from November 25th to December 6th, men wear white ribbons.
White Ribbon: On December 6, 1989, a young Canadian woman thought that women and feminism ruined his future, so he took a gun into the classroom of the Montréal University School of Engineering, splitting male and female students into two sides, and then expanding Killing action. Fourteen female students were shot and another thirteen students were injured. He then shot himself. Two years later (1991), a group of Canadian men hoped that society could learn from this tragedy and felt that men should not be silent about the violence of men and women, so they launched a white ribbon campaign to gather more men to stop women. Storm.