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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
The NHL is participating in Spirit Day, and hockey players across the country are showing their support for LGBT youth and taking a stand against bullying.
Joining the international, united stand against bullying this Spirit Day is the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies.
For those contending for the World Series trophy, most colors are red, blue and orange, but not for today. You will see purple across all baseball teams.
Going purple is just the beginning—take action by posting an It Gets Better video with the #spiritday tag!
Kevin Keller, the first openly gay character in the history of Archie Comics, will be taking a stand against bullying as an ambassador for 2013's Spirit Day, showing support for LGBT youth everywhere. Watch what his creator had to say when he came by GLAAD.
Morning shows across networks broadcast their support for Spirit Day today, taking a stand against bullying and showing their support for LGBT youth. From ABC's 'Good Morning America,' NBC's 'TODAY,' to CNN's 'New Day,' CNBC, and VH1's 'Big Morning Buzz,' anchors put on their purple and leant their support to what's become the largest, most visible anti-bullying campaign in the country.
It's officially Spirit Day in most of the world, and people everywhere have already started going purple to stand against bullying.