The Women’s Resource Center’s Youth Worker Jordana Ifergan is planning a flash mob dance to mark the Day of Pink at 5 p.m. April 10th at Pioneer Square. She says they are looking to get as many people as they can to come out and stand up against bullying and put an end to what has been going on over the years. She explained as everyone knows bullying is an ongoing issue that doesn’t stop once students have left the school yard. She says cell phones, computers and the use of the internet have allowed bullying to reach a whole new level. She asks you to wear pink on April 10th not just to help put an end to bullying and harassment but to also recognize the lives lost along the way.
You can learn the dance Sunday April 7th at noon at the Elks Hall.
For information you can call Jordana at the Women’s Resource Center at 204-681-3105.