Pink Shirt Day - February 24
Two Nova Scotia high school students inspired Pink Shirt Day by organizing their fellow students to wear pink in support of a Grade 9 boy who was being bullied for wearing a pink shirt. Bullying can happen to anyone, anywhere. On Feb. 24, Pink Shirt Day is a time to encourage Albertans to stand up to bullying when they see it in schools, communities, workplaces, at home and online.
We all share a responsibility to stop bullying when we see it. Show you care by checking in with one another. Learn #WhereToTurn if you or someone you know is experiencing bullying:
- What you can do
- How to stay safe
- Share Pink Shirt Day resources and raise awareness on social media using #PinkShirtDay and #WhereToTurn.
- Learn more about how FSD works to create safe and caring school environments.
Let’s take care of one another and promote healthy relationships.
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