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    • Lesson Eight After finishing reading L8, we all know that the yellow ribbon is a way to show support for the person who has been away for a long time under a particularly different circumstances such as war or prison.
    • In fact, besides the yellow ribbon, there are still many colors of awareness ribbons in use today, and they are used as a way for the wearer to make a statement of support for a cause( 理想 ) or issue( 爭議 ).
    • let’s first make sure that we understand what each color represents. The meaning behind the awareness ribbon depends on its color. Before we match the ribbons with their associated meanings,
    • The color pink is now associated with womanhood.
    • Red is the color of blood, the passion, romance and sex.
    • Green is the color symbolizing earth, nature, and in a broader sense, life.
    • In the western world, black is a symbol of mourning ( 哀痛 ).
    • In English heraldry, orange denotes strength, honour, generosity, and prosperity.
    • The rainbow flag has the different colors symbolizing diversity ( 多樣性 ) in the gay community ( 群落 ).
    • In India, white stands for peace and purity. In English heraldry ( 紋章學 ), white signified brightness , purity , virtue and innocence.
    • Brown is the color of many soils, animals, tree barks, and many other things in nature.
    • 2. If you would like to show the fight against AIDS, you could display_____ to speak your mind. 1. Supporting for the gay rights, you could wear…….
    • 3. Showing support for those affected by breast cancer and breast cancer research, what could you wear? 4. If you would like to speak out for anti-tobacco---particularly anti-second hand smoke, you can consider displaying_____to speak your mind.
    • 5. Opposing violence against women, what could you wear? 6. If you would like to speak out against Terrorism ( 恐怖行動 ), you can consider displaying_____to speak your mind.
    • 7. Showing support for organ donation and transplant ( 移植 ), you could wear…… 8. In order to demonstrate your commitment ( 支持 ) to multiculturalism, you may wrap yourself with _______.
    • Here are the answers! anti-second hand smoke