Chemical Injury Awareness Project
Ribbon designed by Cats and provided by Maggie Maeve Carson MacRaven
Maggie Maeve writes:
"Please feel free to add to the purple-yellow ribbons an additional color, such as orange for Agent Orange, green for the Environment, or an add-on for GWS, MCS, CFS, or FM, to name just a few. This project is meant to be all inclusive and open to the creativity of each individual or group that recognizes the devastation of chemical injury. I would be interested in hearing all the wonderful ways this awareness program is being presented. Please email me. The wise and powerful canary will "come home" victorious.
"This purple (wisdom and power) and yellow (the canary we all symbolize and, of course, "tie a yellow ribbon") ribbon may be used on websites to increase awareness of the increasing number of people affected by chemical injury and mark its pervasiveness in our lives, affecting our homes, the Earth, and all living things."
The graphic is available in several file formats. To save the image to your computer, right click on the image, select Save Image As... or Save Target As... and then follow the usual steps to save it to the directory of your choice on your computer.
Note: to prevent harvesting of email addresses, you will have to remove the exclamation point and the space that follows it in the email addresses linked to this page.
To link the ribbon to a website or webpage dealing with chemical injury, code as follows:
<a href="http://www.website.address/filename.html"><IMG SRC="ribbonfilename.jpg" WIDTH="98" HEIGHT="181" VSPACE="0" HSPACE="0" ALT="Click here to find out more about chemical injury" BORDER="0" LOOP="0">
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