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Day of Silence

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on 10 April 2015

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Transcript of Day of Silence

Day of Silence
April 16, 2015
Why are we doing it?:
9 out of 10 LGBTQ+ teens in this country have reported being bullied because of their sexual orientation.
The silence represents people who havent been able to talk about the fact that they are LGBTQ+ because they are scared of the "consequences".
We will be selling buttons to allies and signing up students who would like to participate at lunch this week. (the price is $1)
Students signing up to participate will also write a reason for their participation.
I pledge to be silent on

April 16, 2015 to bring
attention to anti‑LGBT

name‑calling, bullying

and harassment in
Because no one deserves that much pain.

What is The Day of Silence?:
Its a day where students stay silent to represent the bullying and harassment of LGBT+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer)
students in schools.
The high school is also participating in this event.
This ends at the end of the school day, but you may choose to continue after school.
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How to get involved:

What to do if you can not keep quiet:
If you know you wont be able to be silent the whole day, then try your hardest for as long as possible.
if you accidentally talk, then remove your ribbon or try to stay quiet the rest of the day.
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