GLSEN’s LGBTQ+ Day of Silence

Could you imagine going a whole day without talking? What if we told you that you could do just that, but that if would also be for a good cause? Since 1996, one day a year in April has been deemed a “Day of Silence”. On such a day, students all over are encouraged to take a vow of silence to represent the mistreatment and silencing of those in the LGBTQ+ community. This year, the Day of Silence will be held tomorrow, April 21. Many schools are involved with the project in an effort to spread awareness of the need to end bullying of LGBT students. We challenge you to support this cause and take the day-long vow of silence in hopes of finding a better tomorrow for the LGBTQ+ community.

With love,
LPP  Team Member Taylor

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