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En un día de solidaridad con los jóvenes LGBT y víctimas del bullying (acoso/hostigamiento), se unieron a la campaña
United States Senators Richard Blumenthal and Bob Casey join the White House and other elected officials on social media by sending a message of support to LGBT youth for Spirit Day.
CNBC employees, anchors and reporters are wearing purple today in honor of Spirit Day. The network is sending a message of support to LGBT youth for the fourth year in a row.
Are you one of the millions of people around the world wearing purple and going purple online? We wanna see your selfies!
Bright and early on Spirit Day morning, "Good Morning America" host Sam Champion chatted with a particularly purple posse in the audience about standing up to anti-LGBT bullying.
Soccer fans unite! Go the extra yard for Spirit Day and take Major League Soccer's Don’t Cross the Line pledge.
Today, the White House joined millions in a stand against bullying for Spirit Day.
On Spirit Day, several landmarks turned purple to support LGBT youth and oppose bullying.
The NHL is participating in Spirit Day, and hockey players across the country are showing their support for LGBT youth and taking a stand against bullying.