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Morning shows across networks broadcast their support for Spirit Day today, taking a stand against bullying and showing their support for LGBT youth. From ABC's 'Good Morning America,' NBC's 'TODAY,' to CNN's 'New Day,' CNBC, and VH1's 'Big Morning Buzz,' anchors put on their purple and leant their support to what's become the largest, most visible anti-bullying campaign in the country.
Eric McCormack and Debra Messing, stars of Will & Grace, reunited for the show's 15th anniversary on TODAY this morning and wore purple Spirit Day ribbons!
It's officially Spirit Day in most of the world, and people everywhere have already started going purple to stand against bullying.
A few of the students and educators participating in Spirit Day this year are making their voices heard, explaining why it's important to support the youngest members of the LGBT community through grassroots initiatives.
Logo TV is the latest network to commit to going purple for Spirit Day on October 17, to take a stand against bullying and show support for LGBT youth.
Spirit Day Ambassador Marcel Neergaard writes in the Huffington Post how important Spirit Day is for him.
Spirit Day ambassador Darren Young is sending a message of support to LGBT youth for Spirit Day and encouraging others to do the same. The WWE Superstar has been taking to Twitter all week to take a stand against bullying and even tweeted a video.
Comcast and NBCUniversal are going purple this Thursday and getting the word out about Spirit Day to show support for LGBT youth and stand up against bullying.
The web site Hola Ciudad is covering Spirit Day, letting its readers know, in Spanish, all about this important event, tomorrow.
Now that you've gone purple for Spirit Day by changing your profile pictures on Facebook and Twitter, help us spread the word.