As part of the province-wide anti-bullying week program, an informative message was delivered September 25th to three high schools in Anglophone North School District by Travis Price. Mr. Price of Coldbrook, Nova Scotia, is the originator of Pink Shirt Day, a movement that has taken on a life of its own that started when he and a friend wore pink shirts to school in support of another student who had been bullied for wearing pink. His actions have lead to programs such as “Pink Shirt Day” that encourage people to stand up to bullying and also provide help in spreading awareness of its effects and strategies to deal with it. Mr. Price, a victim of bullying throughout his school years, began the day by speaking to a packed auditorium at James M. Hill High in Miramichi. He was well received and finished his presentation by answering questions from members of the audience. He then travelled for presentations at Bathurst High School and Dalhousie High School. His tour which includes visits to 13 schools in 4 days, is being sponsored by the Canadian Red Cross. To see photos visit In the Pink .