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Promote Anti-Bullying Awareness: Unity Day

Wednesday is Unity Day! Wearing orange on Unity Day means that you’re showing support for stomping out bullying while coming together as a community to support loving one another within a spectrum of equality. 

Wearing anything orange counts and connecting with others helps spread the message. Get the word out, or help others prepare for next year by sharing the story! Use the hashtag #UnityDay2014 to reach out to supporters over Twitter. 

How do you promote anti-bullying awareness? 

Check out our resources on school climate and our resources on National Bullying Prevention Month.

 

Article by Jason Cunningham, EducationWorld Social Media Editor
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