Check out how GLAAD Campus Ambassadors are setting a standard for inclusive and intersectional LGBTQ advocacy within their universities.
Millions of Americans wear purple on Spirit Day as a sign of support for LGBT youth and to speak out against bullying. http://glaad.org/spiritday
A diverse array of national nonprofits take to social media in support of Spirit Day.
A presenting partner of GLAAD’s Spirit Day, Wells Fargo helped make Spirit Day, the world’s most visible anti-bullying campaign, a global phenomenon once again.
Joon Park, GLAAD Campus Ambassador at Boston College, took part in #SpiritDay 2016 by engaging his LGBTQ & ally peers in a purple photo series.
Today, DOW Chemical Company stood together, quite literally, against bullying and in support of LGBTQ youth all around the globe. The company gathered their employees from all around the globe to show off their purple shirts.
The WWE stands together with GLAAD in support of LGBTQ youth for Spirit Day. WWE has participated in Spirit Day every year since 2011.
People from across Florida, Texas, Mississippi, Tennessee, Louisiana, and beyond have made known the importance of visibly supporting the youngest members of the LGBT community: