The White Ribbon Campaign is up and running again in Massachusetts.  The world-wide campaign calls on men to make a personal pledge to be "active bystanders" and do what they can to end violence against women. 

 Mass. Co-ordintor Craig Norberg -Bohm tells WBSM News, most men want to contribute in some way......

A new partnership has been formed to stop violence against women.  Employers Against Domestic Violence and Jane Doe Inc., the Boston Celtics and District Attorney Sam Sutter are all planning programs to raise awareness. 

Organizers will be handing out white ribbons at Wednesday night's Celtic's game in Boston.  And D-A Sutter has started a county-wide White Ribbon campaign, urging men and boys to take the pledge to end violence against women.