Go Purple on October 17th for #SpiritDay
Thank you for going purple for #SpiritDay on October 17, 2013. You took a stand against bullying and showed LGBT youth that you support them.
Check out other ways you can help support LGBT youth. Some of our partners tell us how youth, adults, or both can take action beyond Spirit Day. Take action now >>
You can still turn your profile picture purple for #SpiritDay on Facebook or Twitter, or download the "Go Purple for #SpiritDay App powered by Toyota Financial Services" for iPhone or Android to turn your pics purple and share with friends.
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Celebrities Support #SpiritDay
Save the date: Spirit Day 2014 will be held Thursday, October 16, 2014!
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.
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.
Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr are among the tech companies going purple to stand up against bullying this #SpiritDay. The success of Spirit Day has been boosted by social media since it began in 2010, and tech companies are proving their commitment to a more inclusive and equitable society.
Elvis Duran, famed radio host of the nationally syndicated Elvis Duran and the Morning Show, once again spread the message of Spirit Day across airwaves in over 70 markets, sending support to millions of LGBT youth across the country in a united stand against bullying.
Read 2 Billion Under 20's blog post by Spirit Day superstar Brittany McMillan
HBO has turned its social media logos purple for the day, to support LGBT youth and take a stand against bullying.
LGBT bullying exists all over the world. Maria Kozlovskaya of the Russian LGBT Network responding to the United Nations report on the Rights of the Child.