Bullying

October 18, 2016

Amazin LeThi: The Power of Sharing Asian LGBTQ anti-bullying Stories

Amazin LeThi, the founder of the Amazin LeThi Foundation is the first Asian Athlete Ally Ambassador and a fearless fighter for anti-bullying in Asian LGBTQ community, LeThi has come a long way and realized how Asians stereotypes portrayed in media, the lack of exposure of Asians in media, and the short of support systems and a mirror image deepen the stigma for Asian LGBTQ communit.

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For #SpiritDay, Ditch the Label pulls back the curtain on bullying

Check out Ditch the Label, one of the largest anti-bullying charities in the world. They provide instant advice directly through their website and have hundreds of guides, articles and interviews freely available, along with opportunities to speak with trained mentors and to ask questions to a wider community of likeminded people

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October 15, 2015

Schools show their love for LGBT students on #SpiritDay

Schools and student organizations across the world are "going purple" this Spirit Day to show their LGBT students that they have support.

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VIDEO: "Hear Me Now" documentary emphasizes severity of bullying in US schools

Featuring testimonials and reenactments, Hear Me Now highlights the fact that 13 million children are bullied every year in the United States. One out of four students are bullied during the school year, and of the students bullied, only 36% report it. The film strives to amplify the voices of these students.

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GLAAD launches annual countdown to #SpiritDay on October 15

Today, GLAAD launched the official countdown to Spirit Day, the largest and most visible anti-bullying campaign in the world aimed at accelerating acceptance of LGBT youth.
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Ten things to know about GLSEN's 2013 report on school climate

Check out some of the facts from GLSEN's 2013 survey to learn about how LGBT middle and high school students experience hearing biased language, harassment and assault, anti-LGBT discrimination at school, and the impact of supportive resources.

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VIDEO: Laverne Cox lights the Empire State Building purple for #spiritday

The Emmy-nominated actress Laverne Cox lit the iconic Empire State Building purple for Spirit Day. This is the first time that the world's most famous office building went purple for Spirit Day in a stand against bullying.

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iHeartRadio goes purple for #spiritday

iHeartRadio decorated their entire website in purple by changing their header and the skin of the website. They made their logo purple to show support as well.

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MSNBC is dedicated to #spiritday; hosts Twitter chat with GLAAD President

MSNBC took part in Spirit Day all day long with on-air segments dedicated to Spirit Day in addition to a popular Twitter chat with GLAAD's President, several articles, and op-eds.

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