Moose Hide Campaign Day

The Moose Hide Campaign is a Indigenous-led grassroots movement of men, boys and all Canadians - standing up to end violence against women and children.

May 12th is Moose Hide Campaign Day. It's a day of ceremony where all Canadians are called to join together to take a stand against violence towards women and children and to take practical steps for the collective journey of reconciliation. 

It started 11 years ago with a small gathering of men and boys intent on raising awareness of the crisis of violence against Indigenous women and children, it has since become a national ceremony inviting all Canadians to join together and end violence against women and children.

Supporters are encouraged to wear and share the moose hide pins on the day (and every day!) and to organize events within their organizations, schools or communities. Reach out to us to find out about our “Ambassador” training sessions to help you coordinate your own local Moose Hide Campaign Day ceremonies/events.

For more details on the event you can head over to their webpage. 

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