Thursday is Spirit Day, when millions of people will go purple to oppose bullying and in support of LGBT youth.
A high school bully humiliated Zooey Deschanel by spitting in her face between classes.
This month at The Public Theater in New York, it’s a meeting of two GLAAD Media Award recipients when Lisa Kron of the legendary Five Lesbian Brothers writes the book for a new musical based on Alison Bechdel’s celebrated graphic novel, Fun Home.
A new study has demonstrated the long-term effects of bullying and the importance of anti-bullying programs, such as Spirit Day, when millions of people will wear purple to oppose bullying and stand in solidarity with LGBT youth.
Launched on October 1st, PACER's WE WILL Generation is a program designed to inspire student to student engagement to lead the bullying prevention movement, and calls all students to speak out against bullying and make a positive change in their communities.
For the second year in a row, American Apparel has launched an online Spirit Day store in support of LGBT youth and as part of the international, united stand against bullying taking place on Thursday, October 17th.
GLSEN (the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network) is going purple on October 17 for Spirit Day to stand against bullying and show support for LGBT youth, just before the start of Ally Week.
Marcel Neergaard, the 11 year-old boy who elevated the plight of LGBT bullying in Tennessee, has released a video, encouraging you to go purple for Spirit Day.
This Thursday, October 17, The Trevor Project will join millions of Americans by going purple for Spirit Day to stand against bullying and show support for LGBT youth.