The Ryerson White Ribbon Campaign has an event coming up Monday November 30th at 6:30pm. An event that folks who come to be a part, will never forget…

We want to team up with you and your Ryerson student groups, societies and course unions, and we need your support to get students to this event, and here is why.

This work is not about recognition, or divides or rivalries, or status, or an agenda or questioning people, or pointing fingers…

We simply want to inspire change, inspire men to stand up, to change and be part of change, and inspire women to unite, support one another, and also work with us. Men learning and sharing perspectives with Women, Women relating and sharing experiences with Men….then all of us working together to end all forms of men’s violence against women.

Change on an individual level, relationship level with friends and lovers, and then on the Ryerson community level, You are Community Leaders, that is why I am asking you.

You are influential, you are passionate, you care, you are a role model, you make a difference, help us make a difference…together

Do you remember the day you decided you wanted to make a change, for many we hope this will be their moment…or their moment to stand up and take action

On Monday November 30th at 6:30pm in LIB 72 in POD, the Podium Building (350 Victoria Street) The Ryerson White Ribbon Campaign will be teaming up with groups at Ryerson to present a Double Film Night screening of ‘Polytechnique’ and ‘After The Montreal Massacre’

The Ryerson Engineering Student Society has shown their support and are the first to partner with us in promoting the event, we want you to join us as well. All we ask is for you to promote the event to your members and friends, tell people to come out for this free and powerful, life-changing event.

Contact me at if you want your group or team to help us spread the word of the event.

Please follow the link to learn more about the event.

Thank you and take care,

Jeff Perera

(Please be advised that the film Polytechnique contains very strong, disturbing images of violence. Viewers Discretion is Strongly Advised)