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Throughout October, the media did a good job covering the issues that face LGBT young people, including bullying ... with one notable exception.
Latin American media and LGBT organizations united to create a transnational movement to commemorate Spirit Day.
The Associated Press printed an article Monday that surveyed the burgeoning movement against anti-LGBT bullying in schools across the United States — an awareness campaign that also includes the media.
As celebrities, television stations and millions of people around the country went purple for Spirit Day yesterday in support of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth, North Carolina State University students, staff and faculty were rallying in protest of an incident of anti-LGBT vandalism at the school.
MTV will go purple in support of LGBT youth on Spirit Day. More inside!
On Thursday, October 20, the Sundance Channel’s employees will participate in Spirit Day and show support for LGBT youth by wearing purple. The channel has also committed to turning its on-air logo purple for the entire day along with all of its social media logos.
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