Pink Shirt Day

Today, February 22nd, is Pink Shirt Day, a movement to raise awareness about bullying, encouraging everyone to practice kindness, and wear Pink to symbolize solidarity that one does not tolerate bullying.

To encourage folks to think about the connections between children’s exposure to violence against women and bullying behaviours, BCSTH has developed an infographic based on research and a 2015 BCSTH canvass of CWWA programs.

Please feel free to post our image on your social media platforms and newsletters.

In solidarity,

BC Society of Transition Houses

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