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#SpiritDay 2013

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The White House takes a stand against bullying for #SpiritDay | 10/17/13

Today, the White House joined millions in a stand against bullying for Spirit Day.

#SpiritDay reaches more than 150 million with message of support for LGBT youth | 10/17/13

Spirit Day participants are wearing purple or going purple online today in a stand against bullying and show of support for LGBT young people. Spirit Day began in 2010 to commemorate young LGBT lives lost to suicide. Each year, GLAAD organizes hundreds of celebrities, media outlets, brands, landmarks, sports leagues, faith groups, school districts, colleges and universities to speak out for LGBT youth on Spirit Day. Highlights from the fourth annual Spirit Day include:

CNBC goes Spirit Day purple for fourth year! | 10/17/13

CNBC employees, anchors and reporters are wearing purple today in honor of Spirit Day. The network is sending a message of support to LGBT youth for the fourth year in a row.

VIDEO: Good Morning America spotlights #SpiritDay participants in the audience | 10/17/13

Bright and early on Spirit Day morning, "Good Morning America" host Sam Champion chatted with a particularly purple posse in the audience about standing up to anti-LGBT bullying.

Google+, POPSUGAR Moms and GLAAD host hangout to address bullying on #SpiritDay | 10/17/13

Today is Spirit Day, and October is National Bullying Prevention Month. As part of an effort to raise awareness of the issue POPSUGAR Moms and Google+ cohosted a Google Hangout today.

Don't Cross the Line with MLS for #SpiritDay | 10/17/13

Soccer fans unite! Go the extra yard for Spirit Day and take Major League Soccer's Don’t Cross the Line pledge.

Landmarks around the country are going purple for #SpiritDay | 10/17/13

On Spirit Day, several landmarks turned purple to support LGBT youth and oppose bullying.

The faithful purple spirit on #SpiritDay | 10/17/13

A great number of faith based organizations went purple today for Spirit Day to show their opposition to bullying and support for LGBT youth. They have shaded their websites purple and are displaying photographs of Spirit Day participants.

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