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Thank you for being a part of this amazing day and standing up against bullying. Now we want to see how you went purple!
Telecommunications giant AT&T stood up to bullying this week as a Spirit Day partner. To show its support for LGBT youth everywhere, LEAGUE at AT&T went purple online and in person.
Comcast and NBCUniversal went purple yesterday to spread the word about SpiritDay to show support for LGBT youth and stand against bullying. Stars from NBCUniversal networks and shows, as well as NBCUniversal employees, sported purple and shared Spirit Day on air and through social media.
For the second consecutive year, 'Extra' host Maria Menounos sported purple on the air for Spirit Day in a stand against bullying and to show her support for LGBT youth.
American Eagle Outfitters radiated support for LGBT youth and victims of bullying by going purple for Spirit Day and throughout October.
Oprah Winfrey and OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network supported Spirit Day, with more LGBT programming on the way.
LGBT advocacy and service organizations joined millions of people going purple for Spirit Day. While prominent figures like Laverne Cox, Jenny "JWOWW" Farley, and Jason Collins served as Spirit Day Ambassadors, national LGBT organizations shared an anti-bullying message with their own communities.
Stars of the USA network and USA's Characters Unite campaign put in a good showing for Spirit Day, tweeting messages of support for LGBT youth.
From state to state, LGBT orgs went purple for Spirit Day. Below are a sampling of the state LGBT organizations who went purple for Spirit Day.
World Wrestling Entertainment went purple for Spirit Day in a big way, led by the first openly gay Superstar, Darren Young.