This year Spirit Day's anti-bullying message reached beyond the borders of the United States, inspiring individuals across the globe to go purple in support of LGBT youth who are the victims of bullying.
Millions of Americans wear purple on Spirit Day as a sign of support for LGBT youth and to speak out against bullying. http://glaad.org/spiritday
American Eagle, Thomson Reuters and NASDAQ show their spirit by lighting up Times Square purple for Spirit Day.
VIDEO: De corazón: Latinas hablan de la importancia de la aceptación #SpiritDay
Como parte de la campaña para #SpiritDay este jueves 15 de octubre, GLAAD comparte estos mensajes de parte de cuatro Latinas que hablan acerca de la importancia de la aceptación.
Beethoven Elementary School was selected for the landmark event because it is a model for providing a safe and inclusive environment for all. GLAAD thanks Principal Cara Fields for all her work.
Many organizations and individuals based in the South, including some participants of the Southern Stories tour, showed their support for LGBT youth by going purple for Spirit Day and standing against bullying.