Make Nice for Pink Shirt Day

Pink Shirt Day  was created when two Nova Scotia high school students supported a fellow student that was being bullied for wearing a pink shirt by also wearing pink (read the full story  here). From that moment of solidarity Pink Shirt Day was born and it allows all people to stand up to bullies everywhere by wearing pink.  Bullying continues to be a major concern in schools, workplaces and over the internet and it is important to raise awareness around this issue and say enough to bullies!  

The campaign this year, encourages everyone to “Make Nice”. We all have the capacity to be kind and compassionate, and this  slogan acts as a friendly reminder that no matter what our differences, being nice is always a choice worth making.   Be sure to use the hashtag #PinkShirtDay and share how you are making nice. 

Pink Shirt Day 2017 - Make Nice