The Men and boys who took the Pledge on White Ribbon Day in Bourke — back row: Cecil Towney, Jonathan Knight, Ross Earl, Andrew Rose, Rod Grant, Joseph Clarke, Mick McDowell and Rhys Puhipuhi. Front row l-r: Barry Hollman, Kylan Orcher, Kirone Mackay, Blake Barker and Jamie Moore. Photo: TWH
The Bourke community stood with others across Australia to mark White Ribbon Day this week, a global movement of men and boys working to end male violence against Women and girls.
A combined services gathering in Oxley Street and a march concluded the official White Ribbon Day on Friday, Australia’s national day for raising awareness of ending male violence against women.
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