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Day Without Hate is a student led, grassroots organization that promotes nonviolence, unity, and respect in our schools. After the shootings at Virginia Tech in 2007, students at Standley Lake High School asked their classmates to wear white in order to show a commitment and trust in each other to make their school a safer place. The day was an overwhelming success.

Since then, students across Colorado and the nation have taken this incredibly positive day to their communities to say that we will not tolerate violence or hate, and we will reach out to friends and acquaintances and say, "We're all in this together." This year, we're hoping you can create a Day without Hate in your school.

In the above video, students at Dakota Ridge High School describe their reasons for celebrating Day Without Hate. This video features several clips of the 2017 celebration and rally, and ends with a challenge to the students from the presenters: "What are you going to do to change the world?" Read the full story here.

PeaceJam Global Call to Action Winner

In 2013, PeaceJam, an international non-profit that connects Nobel Peace Laureates with students, named Day Without Hate their Global Call to Action award winner. Nobel Peace Prize Winner Betty Williams visited with students to congratulate them on their efforts to promote nonviolence.