Ryerson University Students and the Ryerson White Ribbon Campaign taking one step closer to a future without violence!

*just some of the Ryerson participants at the 2010 Walk A Mile In Her Shoes event*

The Ryerson White Ribbon Campaign and Ryerson Students gathered over 60 strong at Victoria and Gould St before joining the 750 people at Yonge & Dundas Square. Walking a mile in her shoes to help create awareness and education around how men can become part of a  future  with no men’s violence against women (and girls and the LBGT community), Ryerson students lead by RWRC co-chair Miranda Hassell raised $1500 for the White Ribbon Campaign!

Ryerson White Ribbon co-chairs Jeff Perera and Miranda Hassell all PUMPed up!

Citywide, the White Ribbon Campaign raised over $111, 000 and you can still make your donation at http://www.walkamiletoronto.org today and help the largest effort worldwide to end men’s violence against women.

The Ryerson White Ribbon Campaign wants to thanks groups like Ryerson Muslim Students Association, Ryerson Engineering Student Society, Women in ITM, Ryerson Students Union, CESAR, Ryerson Commerce Society & RCS Cares, United Black Students at Ryerson, Ryerson Positive Space,  all the students and Ryerson president Sheldon Levy, Provost Alan Shepard and Vice Provost Students, Heather Lane-Vetere for coming out. You role modeled how this issues affects everyone regardless of gender orientation, sexual identity, religion, creed, race or ability.

Together we can work towards inspiring men to become part of change…One step at a time!

Donate today at http://www.walkamiletoronto.org

To learn more about the White Ribbon Campaign visit http://www.whiteribbon.ca