Spanish-Language shows and Latinx leaders represent on Spirit Day

Once again, we saw amazing, inspiring participation on Spirit Day by Latinx celebrities and the casts of Spanish-Language shows. Here are just a few of the shows and individuals who participated. More soon! 

Former President of Chile Michelle Bachelet tweeted out a message of support for LGBTQ youth.

The government of Mexico's Foreign Service which includes embassies and consulates once again participated in full force, sharing several photos of employees decked out in purple.

Univision led the way with all of Despierta América's cast in purple. Days before, Lánzate host and senior entertainment reporter Luis Sandoval sent a video to fans urging them to participate and recorded a message from Becky G. Local Univision stations from Los Angeles to Chicago and New Jersey also covered Spirit Day.

Un Nuevo Día also participated and shared a message of support on Twitter. Presenters on Suelta la Sopa attending the Latin American Music Awards spoke about Spirit Day. Ana Maria Polo, the popular host of Caso Cerrado participated, as she has for several years.

Celebrities like Jaime Camil also sent messages of support for LGBTQ youth. Lots of Univision radio shows participated, including El Show de Omar y Argelia on KLOVE whose hosts shared photos and videos. Elvis Duran also participated as did Angelica Vale, the new host on Cali 93.9 invited GLAAD to speak about bullying.

Lots of activists in Mexico supported us and shared Spirit Day widely, including YAAG Mexico. Voto Latino, the organization working hard to empower Latinx folks also participated. People en Español editor Armando Correa posted a lovely photo with his family. Gracias to everyone who helped us send messages of love and support!