CNBC Goes Purple for Spirit Day

Today, millions of people came together to remember those young people who've lost their lives to anti-LGBT bullying by wearing purple on 'Spirit Day'.CNBC, the nation's top business news channel, showed its support for LGBT youth by 'going purple' across its programming. Check out other celebrities and media outlets participating in Spirit Day! Both behind the scenes and on-air, CNBC staff and anchors donned purple shirts, ties and ribbons to show their support for LGBT young people everywhere. GLAAD would like to thank CNBC and the millions of people who put on their Spirit today in support of LGBT youth!

CNBC's Bertha Coombs


CNBC's Becky Quick, Michelle Caruso-Cabrera, Sue Herera & Tyler Mathisen

CNBC's Carl Quintanilla

CNBC's Carl Quintanilla


CNBC's Darren Rovell


CNBC's Herb Greenberg


CNBC's Jim Cramer & Erin Burnett


CNBC's Melissa Lee


CNBC's The Call Co-Anchors - Melissa Francis, Larry Kudlow & Trish Regan


Other networks who participated include E!, MTV Networks and HGTV.  Be sure to share your Spirit Day pictures with GLAAD by tweeting to @glaad or by posting to our flickr page!