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We Want Your Photos & Videos!

We Want Your Photos & Videos!Tomorrow – February 27th – is Pink Shirt Day and we know you will be wearing pink and joining millions of people around the world to MAKE SOME NOISE AGAINST BULLYING!

We LOVE seeing how you, your school, friends, work, etc celebrate Pink Shirt Day! Each year we receive hundreds of photos and videos sent to us at and we are hoping to get hundreds more this year for our website and Facebook page.

Be creative and have fun! Include a short description if you like so we can also share with the world. On Pink Shirt Day – Wednesday, February 27th, 2013 – we will be uploading and sharing your photos as quickly as we can! Also – you can share on Twitter using the hashtag #PSD2013.

Here’s a great video from the folks at S-Trip – and here’s why they support Pink Shirt Day.

We want to make sure our belief in embracing everyone extends beyond our trips into our everyday lives. We want to give our students a voice and a foundation for being leaders in their schools, and promoting values of inclusivity and friendship. On February 27th, S-Trip! goes PINK to take a stand and show our support to national Pink Shirt Day.

S-Trip! #TakeaStand Against Bullying
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Looking forward to seeing your pink photos and videos so remember to email them to

4 Responses to “We Want Your Photos & Videos!”

  1. Chloe anaka says:

    I stand up for other people

  2. Chloe anaka says:

    It’s your responsibiy to stand up

  3. Chloe anaka says:

    You have the right to stand up

  4. Alice says:

    I believe this is an amazing event. I am truly disappointed that there is not enough publicity when it comes to taking a stand and the days leading up to this event. Our daily lives are so busy and we need to be prompted when this is approaching so we could be better prepared. Therefore, more publicity would create better awareness and more participation.


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