Posts by Ross Murray, Director of Programs, Global and US South

ESPN employees take a stand for #spiritday

To celebrate Spirit Day, today ESPN employees sported purple and took a stand against bullying. ESPN’s Employee Resource Group members and supporters of ESPN EQUAL posed in in the ESPN Digital Center in support of Spirit Day.

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NYC landmarks are glowing purple for #spiritday

Take a walking tour of New York City, basking in the glow of the landmarks who went purple for Spirit Day.

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Faith organizations share the spirit of #spiritday

Across social media, blogs, churches, mosques, synagogues, small groups, youth groups, and more, people are talking about how faith groups can take action to oppose bullying and stand in solidarity with LGBT youth for Spirit Day.

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National Hockey League teams go purple for #spiritday

The National Hockey League has gone purple for Spirit Day. GLAAD's partner, You Can Play, reached out to the NHL and several of the teams, who then tweeted their support for Spirit Day.

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Purple at the United Nations for #spiritday

Today, leaders at the United Nations went purple for Spirit Day in support of LGBT youth.

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The Vatican shifts its tone on LGBT people and relationships

Catholic LGBT advocates see a shift in the way that the church talks about LGBT people and their relationships during the Extraordinary Synod on Marriage and Family.

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United Church of Christ wins for marriage in NC

After a week that has seen the landscape of marriage equality shift dramatically, North Carolina provides marriage equality, but with a "religious liberty" twist.

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Great Caesar celebrates Coming Out Day with NYC concert blitz

To celebrate National Coming Out Day tomorrow, the Brooklyn-based band Great Caesar is going to play 10 concerts in 11 hours across New York City.

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