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On Jan. 27, students from David Lloyd George Elementary and Churchill Secondary in Vancouver got together at the Oakridge Center to tell shoppers they’re amazing, just they way they are. Also, Forever 21 is having a 20% off sale.
I’m sure that it is fun to be sarcastic about this, but kids getting some good exercise in support of a positive message does not seem like a bad thing to me.
Gee sarcasm much? I think that this is good, the kids had fun they got a message out there and it looks like the shoppers enjoyed it to, a win, win, win, in my book!
This kinda shit makes me cry. Haha, sooo cute.
Nice–but a misuse of the term “performance art.”
Aww. The asian boi in the front reminds me of my first bf. I’m sad and happy.
SEE ! !
This is what happens when the school district has formal, implemented and supported anti- bullying/racism/homophobia policies.
Note the crowd in the mall…. in Vancouver, the stereotype was that the older people were very socially conservative. This is obviously wrong, they were smiling and applauded. This is because the young people CAN teach old dogs.
Man, tech savvy and can dance. Good job.
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