Senator Sal DiDomenico (D-Everett) recently joined his House colleague Representative Jonathan Hecht (D-Watertown) and a number of Cambridge officials at the State House in honor of White Ribbon Day. The Massachusetts White Ribbon Day Campaign invites men and boys to be part of the solution in ending violence against women by taking a pledge to stand up to all gender-based violence. “White Ribbon Day is an opportunity for men across the Commonwealth to become leaders in the effort to prevent violence against women,” said Senator DiDomenico. “I am proud to take the pledge, and I strongly believe that, working together, we can make a real difference and put a stop to all gender-based violence.”
Top row (left to right): Andrew Lehman of Mending Cambridge, Senator Sal DiDomenico, Representative Jonathan Hecht, Brian Corr with the City of Cambridge Peace Commission, Albert Pless of the Cambridge Public Health Department, Jimmy Cassidy with the City of Cambridge Weights and Measures. Bottom row (from left to right): Matt Nelson and Jeremy Warnick of the Cambridge Police.