glsen's no name-calling week

This week is No Name-Calling Week, and I think that's great. GLSEN has partnered with thousands of schools across the country to help bring awareness to the harm that teasing and name-calling can cause.

If we all participate in No Name-Calling Week, maybe we can all see how much better it is when we don't call people names. Then No Name-Calling Week can become No Name-Calling Month, and then No Name-Calling Year and then the next thing you know, no one is calling people names ever again.

To find out more, go to GLSEN's website.

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