Day of Silence set for April 21

GSA using opportunity to raise funds for Trevor Project and awareness of LGBTQ bullying issues

Isabel Bird, Reporter

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What:

The Day of Silence is a youth movement that brings awareness to the bullying that the LGBTQ community face across the nation.

When:

Friday, April 21, students can show their support and stand up for the LGBTQ community by wearing a special t-shirt and/or ribbon.

How to get involved:

Students are encouraged to show their support for the LGBTQ community by wearing red and/or purchasing ribbons in room 0154 for $1. Free stickers and $15 shirts will also be available.

How you’re helping:

If you are willing to purchase a shirt, all proceeds will be donated to The Trevor Project which works on preventing suicide in LGBTQ youth.

They said it:

“We just want to bring awareness and were hoping that lots of kids will participate,” GSA advisor Katy Walters said.

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Day of Silence set for April 21