Day of Silence Brings Awareness

Jake Lynch, Reporter

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April 27 marks the date of the annual “Day of Silence”.

GLSEN (Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network- https://www.glsen.org/day-silence) has been holding the “Day of Silence” every April since 1996.

The “Day of Silence” is dedicated towards bringing awareness towards LGBTQ+ bullying in schools.

Students take a vow to stay silent for the whole day as a way to support LGBTQ+ students in the battle for their rights.

The goal is to unite students together as one and to end bullying of not only LGBTQ+ students, but to every student.

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