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DayofPink is the International Day against Bullying, Discrimination and Homophobia in schools and communities. Everyone is invited to celebrate diversity by wearing a pink shirt and by organizing activities in their workplaces, organizations, communities and schools. 

History

DayofPink is a day of action, born when a youth in a high school in Cambridge, Nova Scotia was bullied because he wore a pink shirt to school. His fellow students decided to stand up to bullying; and hundreds of students came to school wearing pink to show support for diversity and stopping discrimination, bullying and homophobia. Go to the Day of Pink website to learn more.

Did you know the library has lots of materials to help you learn more and share information with others? 

Are you a teacher?  Go check out these helpful lesson plan ideas

Borrow videos from the library about bullying? 

click to go to this bookAre you a parent of a younger child?  Why not take out some picture books on the subject? 

Are you a student?  Here are some great books and articles on the area of bullying: