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Pink Shirt Day embraced by local adults and kids

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Feb 25th was “Anti-Bullying Day” in many BC communities, part of the nation-wide Pink Shirt Day movement.

Pink Shirt Day has become a national phenomenon since starting as a grass roots idea at a Nova Scotia high school where friends wore pink to support a boy who was bullied for wearing a pink shirt.

One of that original group, Travis Price, was a guest at the BC Legislature today.

In Nanaimo, Mayor Bill McKay read the proclamation in front of a crowd dressed in pink in Diana Krall Plaza (photo courtesy DNBIA)


On the Sunshine Coast students marked Pink Shirt Day with events at several schools.  School District 46 students also recorded a special message that’s been running on Coast FM.

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