Latino Celebs Going Purple for #SpiritDay This Year

This year’s Spirit Day participants will include more Latino celebrities than in previous years! Because of their participation, Spirit Day’s message of support for LGBT youth and against bullying is spreading beyond the U.S.’s borders and into other parts of the world, making a difference in so many people's lives.

Among the participants from the Spanish-speaking world are previous GLAAD Media Award recipients Lucía Méndez and Christian Chávez. Also joining them are Gabriel ValenzuelaLaura León, Mario Cimarro, Diego Schoening, RoBAAndrés Cuervo, Marjorie De Souza, Vanessa Villela, Mariana Seoane, and Edith Márquez.  Univision's Marisa Del Portillo and fashion journalist Rodner Figueroa are also going purple this year.

And of course we can't forget the Latino celebrities from the U.S. English-language media world, notable for sending a positive message to their millions of Latino fans (and certainly non-Latino fans), including Rita Moreno, Mario Lopez, Perez Hilton (Spirit Day Ambassador), Cesar Milan, and Cierra Ramírez.

Click here to check out rest of the participating celebrities like Shaquille O'Neal (Spirit Day Ambassador) and Fran Drescher

Click here to check out last year's Latino celebrity participants

To see how you can get involved, check out Spirit Day pages in English and Spanish


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