Day Without Hate
Can You Commit to Peace and Nonviolence?
A Day Without Hate is a student led grassroots organization that promotes nonviolence, respect, and unity within 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.
A Day Without Hate is more than just one day where we are nice to each other in the hallways. It is more than just twenty four hours where peace is our purpose. When we wear white on the last friday in April, we are announcing to the world our intentions to not be just anti-violence, but pro-peace. One day without hate turns into many lives full of peace.
This year, a Day Without Hate will be holding its annual rally at the Jefferson County Stadium on April 25th. The doors open at 5 pm for the pre show and the event starts at 6 pm. This rally is open to all high school students in the state of Colorado. At the rally, all the students come together to promote peace and friendship with a celebration that includes fireworks, the Flobots, and To Write Love on Her Arms. The price of admission is the purchase of a T-shirt (available for $8 the night of the event).
This initiative has meant a lot to the kids of Jefferson County, and we hope we can get as many people as possible to come out and celebrate.
Where: Jefferson County Stadium, 500 Kipling St, Lakewood, CO, 80226
When: April 25th, doors open at 5:00 pm
Admission: $8 T-shirt, purchase available at the gate