In October 2006, 88-Generation Students launched the 'White Expression Campaign” and “Multi-faith prayer campaign”, calling for the Burmese people to show their support by wearing white clothes and praying for national reconciliation and release of all political prisoners.
In April 2007, 88-Generation Students launched the "Sunday White Campaign," calling for the release of all political prisoners and encouraged Burmese people to show their support by wearing white clothes on Sunday.
Now they are in prisons. It is our duty to keep up the flame alight in order to restore democracy in Burma.
As Daw Aung San Suu Kyi once said that “Everyone can play their parts in democratisation process of Burma. When you see injustice, do not sit tight and just look. Do not ignore unjust to let it happen. When you see injustice, try your best to stand by with justice. Do something and voice for justice”.
Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) call for people around the world; men and women, journalists and musicians, students and government employees, lay men and religious leaders-to wear white every Saturdays starting on Burmese National Day, 22nd November 2008 (Saturday) until 27th December 2008 (Saturday), as the expression of solidarity with everyone who are working to restore justice, human rights and democracy in Burma.
For Buddhist monks, soldiers, policemen and fire brigade members, we would like to urge to hold white small towel.
Everyone Who Love Justice
To Wear White
Starting On Burmese National Day 22nd November 2008, 29th Nov 2008, 6th Dec 2008, 13th Dec 2008, 20th Dec 2008, Until 27th Dec 2008
Everywhere, Pagodas, Temples, Churches, Mosques
To Show Solidarity with Everyone Who Sacrifice Their Lives for Freedom of Burma
Six Saturdays until 27th Dec 2008