Wear Orange October 25th for National Unity Day to End Bullying

About Unity Day

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Mark your calendar for next year’s event! Wednesday, October 24, 2018

UNITY DAY: Together against bullying. United for kindness, acceptance and inclusion. Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Make it ORANGE and make it end! What are your true colors when it comes to bullying? If you care about safe and supportive schools and communities make your color ORANGE on Unity Day. That’s the day everyone can come together – in schools, communities, and online – and send one large ORANGE message of support, hope, and unity to show that we are together against bullying and united for kindness, acceptance and inclusion.

Individuals across the nation, and even world-wide, can participate in Unity Day.

Wear Orange: Make a statement!

ORANGE provides a powerful, visually compelling expression of solidarity,” said Paula Goldberg, Executive Director of PACER Center. “When hundreds of individuals in a school or organization wear orange, the vibrant statement becomes a conversation starter, sending the unified message to kids to know that they are not alone.”

Ways to talk about “Why I’m Wearing Orange” | Print the stickers

Order the exclusive orange "Create a World Without Bullying" tshirt

Share Orange: Color our online world with orange!

  • Change your social media profiles on Facebook and Instagram
  • Tag your social media photos using #UnityDay2017
  • Share your pictures to the Facebook event page
  • Share this page with friends using the social media icons

“More than one of every five school-aged children report being bullied,” said Julie Hertzog, director of PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center, which sponsors Unity Day and founded National Bullying Prevention Month in 2006. “It’s important these students know they are not alone and that they have the right to feel safe. By joining together and wearing ORANGE on Unity Day, we can send the unified message that we care about student’s physical and emotional health and that bullying will no longer be accepted in this society.”

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