NATIONAL SAY SOMETHING NICE DAY
On National Say Something Nice Day we have an opportunity to make June 1st extra pleasant for everyone.
This holiday is to counteract bullying and the lack of civility and common courtesy that is growing among people in today’s world. Let's bring a little virtual love and a grand gesture of kindness. Hopefully, the practice of saying something nice today will continue onto October 1st when we will gather together at the Washington DC Capitol to have a vigil for all survivors of bullying, abuse, human, sex, and Labor trafficking. Let's gather our voices together!
HOW TO OBSERVE
Use #SaySomethingNiceDay #DVRally2020 to post on social media.
Mayor Keith Summey of North Charleston, South Carolina proclaimed June 1 is Say Something Nice Day in 2006 in recognition of the communication efforts of specialist Dr. Mitch Carnell founder of the day. Carnell is also the author of Say Something Nice: Be a Lifter at Work. The South Baptist Convention and the Charleston-Atlantic Presbytery joined with Carnell to establish the day.
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