Because we all need to help.
Someone maybe borrowed their daughters idea.
Remember I won that NPR national contest with my video I did for the DOS? I still have it if you want to post it as well.
Duuuude. I’m doing a Day of Silence event type thing with the GLBTQetc club at my college and I was so happy to see you posted about it. 😀
This is great, Laurie! Thanks for posting this. Working in the human services field to end interpersonal violence, I always appreciate information about all of the innovative things going on to make society safer for everyone. Good work!
P.S. I loved that Lia is exploring her sexual orientation at the end of Wintergirls. How refreshing and real!
I’m going to talk to my boys (AGAIN) about bullying and name-calling
and to reinforce the message that love is love is love is love is love.
Because they need to hear it from me and often.
I couldn’t participate in the Day of Silence today due to several school-related reasons, but I did put a poster up right outside my door in the dorms. I also wrote a good message on my bulletin board about stopping the violence, prejudice, and hate in this world.
Thank you for supporting Day of Silence. Seeing a role model participate gives me hope that future generations who admire you will also help support the cause.
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