Black Ribbon Awareness Rubber Duck

Black Ribbon Awareness Rubber Duck
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The black ribbon is best known for awareness of:

  • POW/MIA remembrance
  • Melanoma Awareness - To bring awareness to melanoma and worn by people who know someone or are themselves affected by melanoma. Sometimes shown as black with white polka dots.
  • In Argentina, a black ribbon, sometimes with the national flag's colours in both ends, is used to raise awareness about the victims of subversive terrorism.
  • By the Anarchist Black Ribbon Campaign, a free speech campaign started in 1996 inspired by the Blue Ribbon Online Free Speech Campaign.
  • During the 6th International Israeli Apartheid Week (IAW) the black ribbon was worn worldwide to show support and promote awareness of the Palestinian struggle.
  • In India, 2011 to show support to Anna Hazare who was fasting to fight against corruption by government.
  • Narcolepsy Awareness-To bring awareness to narcolepsy worn by anybody who supports Narcolepsy awareness.
  • Worn by people who has suffered from any intentions of self harming on November 30 of every year.
  • Similar to a black armband, the black ribbon is a public display of grief. Individuals or organizations display the ribbon in commemoration of victims after specific incidents. This symbol has been used to commemorate tragedies from the plane crashes on 9/11 to hurricane Katrina.

  • In the Discworld novels by Terry Pratchett, the black ribbon is worn by vampires to show that they have sworn never to drink blood again.
  • Rubber duck stands about 2" tall and squirts water.

    Rubber duck is not guaranteed to float upright.

    Intended for children age 3-99.

    More may be available by special order.

    One duck per unit as pictured.

    • Model: BlackFE13682688
    • Shipping Weight: 0.055lbs
    • 27 Units in Stock


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