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VIDEO: Langley school kids talk about bullying

Pink Shirt Day held at Willoughby Elementary School on Wednesday
Some of the Willoughby Elementary students who wore pink for Pink Shirt Day Wednesday to show their opposition to bullying.

Students at Willoughby Elementary School in Langley talk about bullying on Pink Shirt Day.

The anti-bullying event was celebrated at locations across the Langleys and B.C. today.

It originated in Nova Scotia in 2007 when David Shepherd and Travis Price bought and distributed 50 pink shirts after a ninth grade student was bullied for wearing a pink shirt during the first day of school.





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