Unity Day 2020: Wear & Share Orange to Show That We Stand Together Against Bullying & United for Kindness, Acceptance & Inclusion by 30Seconds Mom

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Unity Day 2020: Wear & Share Orange to Show That We Stand Together Against Bullying & United for Kindness, Acceptance & Inclusion

October 21, 2020, is Unity Day for National Bullying Prevention Month. Unity Day, the signature event for National Bullying Prevention Month, is the day when people around the world come together to unite for kindness, acceptance and inclusion to create a world without bullying!

The call to action is simple: wear and share the color ORANGE!

Unity Day was initiated by PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center to encourage students, educators, parents, community members, schools, businesses and organizations to show their support for bullying prevention in one giant, orange message of hope.

“Unity Day is an opportunity to make a powerful statement to unite for kindness, acceptance and inclusion,” said Julie Hertzog, director of PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center. “On Unity Day, show your support by turning your offline and online worlds ORANGE!”

Opportunities to get involved on Unity Day, October 21, include:

  • Wear orange: a T-shirt, dress, tie, earrings, bracelet or socks.
  • Share your photos and social media posts and tag #UnityDay2020.
  • Watch the Facebook page for live events throughout the day.

PACER also offers a wide range of bullying prevention resources, age-appropriate classroom activities and toolkits, and three innovative websites for parents and professionals:

Photo: PACER National Bullying Prevention Center

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Donna John
I was bullied in 5th and 6th grade by one girl, so know how traumatic it can be for a kid. Love that so much emphasis is put on bully prevention these days.
Elisa A. Schmitz 30Seconds
I love this! Thank you for sharing.

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