A boy in Canada was teased for wearing a pink t-shirt to his PE class. When two boys noticed the bullying, they began wearing pink t-shirts. This was there way of standing up for the boy without violence.
The idea has grown from there and now, it is a nationwide program to create a pool of pink against bullying.
Patty Moss, Seaman High School's counselor, said that this is a step in the right direction for the school and they hope to create an entire pool of pink in their community.
Seaman High School will go pink two more times, with students invited to wear the pink shirts on days in February and March.
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