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#SpiritDay: 19 Days of Action to stand up to bullying - Day 6

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It’s official: Spirit Day is almost here. On October 19, millions of Americans will once again wear purple in a stand against bullying and to show their support for LGBT youth. 

This year, GLAAD is counting down to Spirit Day with 19 Days of Action – quick and easy steps you can take each day to help stand up to bullying.

Ready to get started?

#SpiritDay: 19 Days of Action – Day 6, October 6, 2012

Now that you've taken the Spirit Day pledge to go purple in a stand against bullying, help us bring Spirit Day to even more people by talking to others about it. Ask a teacher or three friends to join you and pledge to go purple on Spirit Day. They may even end up telling others to do so! You can check out our Spirit Day Kit, which will help you engage the participation of your friends, colleagues, local media and public officials. By spreading the word about Spirit Day, you can help others take a stand against bullying. 

 

When you text PURPLE to 80888, you are supporting the important work GLAAD, GLSEN and The Trevor Project do every day to end bullying and support LGBT youth!

Be sure to check www.glaad.org/spiritday tomorrow for more easy ways you can take part in Spirit Day and help take a stand against bullying! You can also download the “Go Purple for #SpiritDay powered by Toyota Financial Services” apps for iPhone and Android. The app provides users with anti-bullying resources, calls to action, and a tool that can turn photos purple and share to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. The free app is now available in the Apple App Store and on Google Play.

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