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Obby Khan, former Winnipeg Blue Bomber player spoke of his experiences of bullying to students at Lincoln Middle School  wearing their pink T shirts at the Canadian Red Cross Day of Pink celebration held at their school Wednesday. The event included words from  James Allum, Education and Advanced Learning Minister and anti-bulling videos produced by the students were also shown. The students and staff were among the over 19,000 people across the province standing for respect wearing pink T-shirts. In Manitoba more than 365 schools and businesses are hosting events that include film festivals, speakers' series, rallies, and parades to inspire others to recognize and respond to bulling.     see release. Wayne Glowacki / Winnipeg Free Press April 9   2014

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Obby Khan, former Winnipeg Blue Bomber player spoke of his experiences of bullying to students at Lincoln Middle School wearing their pink T shirts at the Canadian Red Cross Day of Pink celebration held at their school Wednesday. The event included words from James Allum, Education and Advanced Learning Minister and anti-bulling videos produced by the students were also shown. The students and staff were among the over 19,000 people across the province standing for respect wearing pink T-shirts. In Manitoba more than 365 schools and businesses are hosting events that include film festivals, speakers' series, rallies, and parades to inspire others to recognize and respond to bulling. see release. Wayne Glowacki / Winnipeg Free Press April 9 2014

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Obby Khan, former Winnipeg Blue Bomber player spoke of his experiences of bullying to students at Lincoln Middle School  wearing their pink T shirts at the Canadian Red Cross Day of Pink celebration held at their school Wednesday. The event included words from  James Allum, Education and Advanced Learning Minister and anti-bulling videos produced by the students were also shown. The students and staff were among the over 19,000 people across the province standing for respect wearing pink T-shirts. In Manitoba more than 365 schools and businesses are hosting events that include film festivals, speakers' series, rallies, and parades to inspire others to recognize and respond to bulling.     see release. Wayne Glowacki / Winnipeg Free Press April 9   2014

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