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Berry College's LGBT student group, LISTEN, has gone purple for #SpiritDay! This year, LISTEN is showing support for LGBT youth and standing against bullying as an official student group at Berry College for the first time after more than a decade of advocating for full recognition.
Marsha Aizumi, author of Two Spirits, One Heart, writes about supporting her transgender son, Aiden, and all LGBT youth for Spirit Day!
LGBT-focused blogs, news websites, and media outlets, as well as community media outlets, are going purple for #SpiritDay! Check out their purple below!
#SpiritDay Ambassador Jennifer Tyrrell is calling on local students to go purple after superintendent refuses.
Seventeen Magazine is joining Spirit Day Ambassador Brittany McMillan and going purple for #SpiritDay!
Now that you've gone purple using GLAAD's #SpiritDay tool, tell your favorite celebrities to do the same!
Ally Week starts today! Join GLSEN and students nationwide and become an ally for LGBT youth!
The students of Virginia’s Radford University are taking a stand and letting the community know that they don’t like bullying.
Does your school have a GSA? You should ask your school administrators and find out. If not, you can learn more about starting a GSA at GLSEN’s website.
Now that you've taken the Spirit Day pledge to go purple in a stand against bullying, help us bring Spirit Day to even more people by talking to others about it.