Red Ribbon Week on October, 2020: what is the point of red ribbon week?
Red Ribbon Week 2020. Red Ribbon Week is an alcohol, tobacco and other drug and violence prevention awareness campaign observed annually in October in the United States.
Red Ribbon Week is an alcohol, tobacco and other drug and violence prevention awareness campaign observed annually in October in the United States.
Red Ribbon is not connected to CANCER. I think you have asked this question wrongly under heading Cancer. However please note that -
The red ribbon, a ribbon colored red, has several different meanings in different contexts. Foremost, it is the symbol of solidarity of people living with HIV/AIDS.
AIDS awareness symbol.
The red ribbon is used internationally as a symbol of the fight against AIDS which first came to prominence at the 1991 Tony Awards. The red ribbon has been a powerful psychological component of AIDS, although it has recently declined in popularity.
Awareness ribbons have become part of our visual cultural vernacular. These ribbons enable an individual to show support of a cause or issue which is meaningful to them. All kinds of groups that rally around a health cause or support an issue identify their organization with a specific color ribbon. Due to the proliferation of this concept many causes share a color. Our logo is in fact comprised of many colored ribbons and adorns our celebrated line of ribbon riot tees and tanks.-
RED RIBBON WEEK: HELP!!!?
*paper(to use all day)
*go and have your braces changed to red or go and buy lots of red candy
*cover your locker in red paper and stuff
*bring your lunch with everything that is in it red < apple, candy, strawberries, pizza, peppers, red gatorade, etc>
*red mechanical pencils
*ribbon for your hair
*gym clothes (if you have gym that day?)
*cell phone wallpaper
*markers ( you might need to color something)
HOPE I COULD BE OF HELP!!!!
if i think of anymore i'll let you know! :)
Where can I find unique gifts for Red Ribbon Week?
My school celebrates Red Ribbon Week by hanging posters, banners and balloons around the school and handing out fun promotional items to the students- much like what you want to do. We have been using a company called Positive Promotions for many years and they are the best in the industry. They have an absolutely huge selection of Red Ribbon Week merchandise and if they don't carry what you're looking for, they'll find it for you! Even better, they guarantee the lowest price around! Should have everything you need including satin ribbons, buttons, pencils, and Red Ribbon Week-themed silicone bracelets!