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October is National Bullying Prevention Month! Stand Up and make a difference by raising awareness for bullying prevention! Join STOMP Out Bullying™ and Dreams in Heels this Monday, October 6th, for Blue Shirt Day® World Day Of Bullying Prevention! GO BLUE and make Monday October 6th the day bullying prevention is heard all over the world. The main hashtag that you can use is #GOBLUE2EndBullying2014 and also use #DIHEndBullying2014 to join the conversation.
HOW WEARING A BLUE T-SHIRT CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE?
Donning your blue shirt this Monday is a great way to take a stand against bullying and of reminding your peers about the pressures brought on to others by hurting others, physically or emotionally. You will also remind the victims of your strong repudiation towards bullying. We need to stand against this daily issue that marks the lives of thousands of children. Let’s help build a better, abuse-free future. The initiative of wearing a blue shirt is just one small step towards a bigger goal. You might be surprised how much wearing a blue shirt can do, as small things really can make a difference. The Blue Shirt Day® World Day Of Bullying Prevention program offers hope for every student who experiences the harmful effects of all forms of bullying and teaches parents to keep open communication with their kids and teens and to look for signs of bullying. It also educates school administrators across the country.
TOMORROW, Monday October 6th 2014 is Blue Shirt Day® World Day Of Bullying Prevention! Tell everyone you know to wear a BLUE Shirt. Let’s put an end to bullying, cyberbullying, other cyber abuse, hatred, racism and homophobia and STOMP Out Bullying everywhere! In schools, communities, at work, & on social media pages. It doesn’t matter what shirt you wear on October 6th as long as it’s BLUE!! #GoBlue2EndBullying2014 #DIHEndBullying2014.