Today, millions around the world participate each year in pink days to stand up and speak out against bullying in schools, workplaces and communities.
Earlier this month, a flash mob of students from the surrounding BC Lower Mainland area broke out at the Vancouver Giants’ Family Day game at the Pacific Coliseum.
More than 2,800 students dressed in pink t-shirts, stood up in their seats during an extended time-out in the second period. Dancing to the tune of “Shooting Star” by Owl City, the lights in the arena dimmed as the students waved little lights.
The flash mob is part of an annual anti-bully campaign in British Columbia.
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