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Join in on wearing pink

I have a pink tie and a pink dress shirt—and I’ll be wearing both of them on April 10.

It is “Pink Day,” the international day against bullying, discrimination, homophobia, and transphobia in schools and communities across our country.

It began as a simple gesture at Central Kings High School in Cambridge, N.S., where a freshman student wore a pink polo shirt to school on his first day of class.

School bullies verbally abused him for his choice of colours.

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