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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
Several Latino celebrities and U.S. and Latin American Spanish-language media outlets participated in Spirit Day this year.
The hosts of CBS’s The Talk donned their best purple duds for Spirit Day today, joining other CBS programs and stars in their support.
Marsha Aizumi, author of Two Spirits, One Heart, writes about supporting her transgender son, Aiden, and all LGBT youth for Spirit Day!
The progressive Christian magazine and website, Sojourners, has shared with its followers the effects of bullying and gone purple for Spirit Day.
Spirit Day Ambassador and syndicated daytime talk show host Wendy Williams spoke about the importance of #SpiritDay on today's "Wendy Williams Show." Even Wendy's audience took part by wearing purple in a stand against bullying!
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan is wearing a purple tie on Spirit Day to send a message of support to LGBT youth and taking a stand against bullying.
Berry College's LGBT student group, LISTEN, has gone purple for #SpiritDay! This year, LISTEN is showing support for LGBT youth and standing against bullying as an official student group at Berry College for the first time after more than a decade of advocating for full recognition.
Celebs such as Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Ricky Martin, Chely Wright and Chaz Bono are tweeting their #SpiritDay support for LGBT youth today