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Erase Bullying Day – Pink Shirt Day
Wearing pink on this annual day raises awareness about bullying prevention in our community, originating when two Nova Scotia Secondary students gave pink shirts to peers in their school to wear in protest after discovering a younger student was bullied for wearing a pink shirt. This day has evolved into a campaign to ERASE Bullying.
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