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Friday, 13 April 2018

DAY OF SILENCE


DAY OF SILENCE
DAY OF SILENCE
                            
WHAT IS DAY OF SILENCE

It's the annual day of GSLEN, and this days spread awareness about the effect of bullying and harassing lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) students .
The day of silence was established in 1996 to highlight the problems of LGBT students.
The main goal of day of silence is to make schools safer for all students regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity.
On that day many schools hosts “Break the Silence”events which include workshops,speakers,entertainment,etc

WHERE IS DAY OF SILENCE OBSERVE?
   This day is mainly observe in United States Of America.

WHEN IS DAY OF SILENCE
          21st April and the Day of Silence changes from year to year

WHAT IS GLSEN
GSLEN stands for gay, lesbian and straight education network. It's an organisation founded in 1990 in order to and discrimination, harassment and bullying based on sexual orientation, gender identity and expression.

WHAT DO PEOPLE DO ON DAY OF SILENCE
          The Day of Silence is observed by not speaking during class and using only written forms of communication.  The Day of Silence can be observed in anyway like some students hold rallies and others hold lectures or seminars. 



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