This week, Nov. 16-20, marks Anti-bully Week, a week celebrated nationwide to promote an increase in the awareness of bullying as an issue.
Throughout the week, individuals and groups celebrating the week participated in awareness activities such as whole days of silence for those who have been bullied, wearing certain colors on certain days for unity and tweeting positive messages under the hashtag #AntiBullyWeek.
Many Twitter users shared messages regarding the activities they have planned for Anti-bully Week or positive messages in support of those who have been bullied.
— Madeline Page (@MadsPage) November 16, 2015
Am your buddy not a bully…. #AntiBullyWeek
— Sampushoflive# (@i_am_sampush) November 16, 2015
never allow bullying, never allow yourself to be a bystander. don't be a bully #antibullyweek
— Xhavier Taylor (@xhavierjt) May 26, 2014
all the people that get bullied youll make it, you are something and one amazing someone at that. better days come. ? i swear #antibullyweek
— tessa (@tessa_maurelle_) March 26, 2014
Day of love and acceptance #antibullyweek
— Brittany-AnnDelaCruz (@britttannnyannn) March 7, 2014
— Christian (@ChristianBranin) December 11, 2013
So it's day of silence if i don't speak to you that's why. Doing the whole school day not just 5th period. <3 #antibullyweek
— Deseree Garcia (@wtf_its_deseree) November 21, 2013
Actually excited for this week ? #antibullyweek
— April Ciambelli♉ (@_aprilleighanna) November 18, 2013
— Trend (@antibullyweek) November 17, 2013