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  • GLSEN's Day of Silence

    Friday, April 15th is GLSEN’s National Day of Silence. Students all over the country will take a day-long vow of silence in order to call attention to the silencing effect of anti-LGBT bullying, harassment and discrimination. This event takes place in tens of thousands of schools each year and the message of the day reaches millions. GLSEN and NASP ask that NASP members post on social media a brief silent video or selfie holding a written statement of support, which can be downloaded here:

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    Coordinators: Aaron A. Gubi and Michele Messer

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