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The cast of MTV's hit comedy "Faking It" are going purple for Spirit Day this Thursday, October 16 to stand against bullying and support LGBT youth.
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The cast of 'Melissa & Joey' is taking a stand against bullying for Spirit Day this Thursday, October 16. Melissa Joan Hart, Joey Lawrence and Taylor Spreitler recorded a message of support to LGBT youth.
The cast of Empire will be wearing purple for Spirit Day on October 16. Taraji P. Henson, Terrence Howard and Jussie Smollett recorded a video to encourage fans to join them in a stand of support for LGBT youth.
Viacom -- its channels including MTV, Logo, and VH1 -- and stars like Laverne Cox will show their support for LGBT youth on Spirit Day, with the help of groundbreaking advocates Edie Windsor and Roberta Kaplan this Thursday. It will be hard to miss Viacom's "spirit" on October 16.
Streaming TV service Hulu is going purple for Spirit Day with a special selection of LGBT-inclusive TV series, films and documentaries you can enjoy now.
Chasing Life's Italia Ricci, Haley Ramm and Aisha Dee will be wearing purple for Spirit Day on October 16. The cast members recorded a video to encourage fans to join them in a stand of support for LGBT youth.
With Spirit Day fast approaching, Nick News shared the stories of several LGBT teenagers in an episode entitled "Coming Out."