Letter: Orlando Ribbon Project

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One handwritten letter to "Mayor Dalziel", written in pink ink, from the Orland Ribbon Project. Enclosed with the letter are a business card for the project, a business card of the man behind the project, and a rainbow ribbon safety pinned to a project business card.

Provenance details
Received by: Christchurch City Council: Christchurch/Canterbury/South Island/New Zealand: 01 Apr 2019
Canterbury Museum worked with five representatives from Christchurch’s Muslim community, including next of kin to two of the victims, to make a selection of tributes for the Museum’s collection from amongst the tens of thousands.
Dimensions (h x w): 278 x 214mm
Dimensions (h x w): 89 x 50mm
Dimensions (h x w): 75 x 34mm
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The city of Orlando in Florida, United States of America, had suffered its own terrorist attack when a Muslim extremist opened fire in the Pulse gay nightclub on 12 June 2016. This letter and ribbon were sent to show solidarity from one city that had suffered from terrorism to another.
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