7,000 made a stand against racism, drawing a record number of supporters in a significant event marking 50 years of racial harmony in Singapore. Organised by OnePeople.sg, the national body for multiracialism in Singapore, the Orange Ribbon Run 2015 was held on Saturday, 29 August 2015 at Marina Bay Sands Event Plaza.
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More than 5,000 people gathered at Marina Bay Sands Event Plaza for the Orange Ribbon Run last Saturday. This included 2,000 youths taking the lead to make a stand against racism, continuing the strong support since last year’s launch of the Orange Ribbon Run!
The Orange Ribbon Run is Singapore’s only running event against racism, and its inaugural Orange Ribbon Run in 2013 brought more than 5,000 participants from all walks of life. Dressed in orange with the slogan “Race Against Racism”, these participants truly brought out their belief in the Cause, to make a stand together, and join the movement against racism and discrimination.