ADNSW wears it purple

Published 26 August 2022

Despite some of us working remotely, ADNSW staff came together on Friday 26 August to celebrate the 12th annual Wear it Purple Day.

Wear it Purple Day is about showing LGBTIQ+ young people that they have the right to be proud of who they are. 

It is about creating safe spaces in schools, universities, workplaces and public spaces to show LGBTIQ+ young people that they are seen and supported.

The 2022 theme was ‘Still me, still human’.

For more information about Wear it Purple head to wearitpurple.org.

 

Collage of ADNSW staff wearing purple clothing with the text "still human, still me" on a purple background
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01 Sep 2022

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