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Pink Shirt Day at FSJSS

Rocking pink on Pink Shirt Day. Students and staff at Fort St. James Secondary School were wearing some serious pink to support the anti-bullying campaign. Student Kiana Ferguson said she wears the shirt to represent standing up for others.  - Caledonia Courier
Rocking pink on Pink Shirt Day. Students and staff at Fort St. James Secondary School were wearing some serious pink to support the anti-bullying campaign. Student Kiana Ferguson said she wears the shirt to represent standing up for others.
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Rocking pink on Pink Shirt Day. Students and staff at Fort St. James Secondary School were wearing some serious pink to support the anti-bullying campaign.

Student Kiana Ferguson said she wears the shirt to represent standing up for others. "Be proud of yourself," she said.

Student Morgan Prince said he wears the shirt because when he was younger, he himself was bullied and to show others: "I'm willing to stand up for the kids that can't stand up for themselves or aren't ready to," he said.

 

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