When White Ribbon closed its doors last year, under a dark cloud and serious financial question marks, many hoped we’d seen the last of it.
At the time it was a whopping $840,000 in the red.
Its failure was applauded by both sides of politics and the culture wars, largely thanks to claims it had hoarded funding and done little (if anything) for front line victims.
Unfortunately, it’s back.
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