Millions of Americans painted their Twitter accounts with a splash of purple on Thursday, taking a visible stance against bullying and showing support for vulnerable LGBT youth. The message behind #SpiritDay, a media campaign sponsored by GLAAD, was this: Everyone deserves to be treated with kindness.
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Every year, millions of Americans change their social media photos purple to take a visible stand against bullying. The message behind #SpiritDay, which is sponsored by GLAAD, is simple: Everyone deserves to be treated with kindness. read more
The first Democratic presidential debate of the 2016 race takes place tonight in Las Vegas, Nevada. For the last couple of presidential debates, we've asked you to play debate bingo with us throughout the night. Tonight, we're putting a Vegas spin on things! So, join us in playing the MSNBC Lucky 7 Debate Challenge.In the slot machine... read more
Twenty years ago, hundreds of thousands of black men gathered on the National Mall in Washington, DC to rally to bring attention to the issues facing African-American men. Today, thousands will once again march on the National Mall to mark the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March. MSNBC asked our readers to share their stories of attending... read more