It was wonderful to see so many students wearing pink yesterday for Pink Shirt Day! There were celebrations in classrooms and on the playground! See some photos and highlights on Twitter @chantaltrudeau
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Today's article was written by Heidi Wilson in Division 3.
Pink Shirt Day is one day a year, a mere twenty-four hours, but it has a special meaning, not only to me, but also to millions of other people across the globe. To me, Pink Shirt Day means showing people around the world that they aren't alone with their problems. That there is always someone to talk to, to help you and support you. There is nothing worse than feeling all alone in the world and that no one understands you. Being bullied can ruin your life, as it already has done for many others. Pink Shirt Day also means letting those people who are the bullies know that what they are doing is wrong, and telling all those people who have watched someone being bullied and just stood there to speak up and stand up for the person who is getting picked on.