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Pink Shirt Day

It's Pink Shirt Day, and everyone is encouraged to wear a pink shirt in support of anti-bullying.


1 in 5 children is affected by bullying.


Pink Shirt Day aims to support those affected by bullying by wearing a pink shirt and letting others know it won't be tolerated.


Wearing a pink shirt is more than just a statement; it's a commitment to creating a safer place for children to grow and thrive.


It was initially started in 2007 by two high school students in Nova Scotia who wore pink shirts to school in support of a student who was bullied for wearing a pink shirt.


Since then, the day has become a nationwide movement, with people across Canada wearing pink shirts to support the cause.


Schools across the community will be participating, encouraging everyone to join in to raise awareness about bullying and promote kindness, compassion, and inclusivity.

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