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Underdog Day

Celebrated every third Friday in December Underdog day was created in 1976 by Peter Moelle to honor backup staff, unsung heroes and other people who’s accomplishments are overlooked. underdog /ˈʌndədɒɡ/noun1. the beaten dog in a dog fight2. a competitor thought to have little chance of winning a fight or contest.3. a person who has little status …

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Ding-a-ling Day

Ding-a-ling Day

Celebrated every year on December 12. Ding-a-ling Day was created in 1972 by Franky Hyle. Franky placed an ad in the paper offering membership in the Ding-A-Ling Club for $1. For this fee they would become an official member and receive a bumpersticker saying “Be a Bell Ringer”. The purpose of the Ding-a-ling club was placing phone …

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Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women

Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women

Celebrated every year on November 25. Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women was created in 1999 on initiative by the Latin American and Caribbean Feminist Encuentros which was made official by UN resolution. The date is based on the assassination of the Mirabal sisters in 1960 because of their work as political activists. “It …

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Unfriend Day

Unfriend Day

Celebrated every year on November 17. Unfriend Day was created in 2014 by Jimmy Kimmel in a video that he made for this purpose to encourage us to get rid of friends who flood our news feed with cliche viral posts, endless streams of baby pictures, movie/series spoilers, fundraisers for plastic surgery on “swimsuit area’s” …

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International Stuttering Awareness Day

International Stuttering Awareness Day

Celebrated every year on October 22. International Stuttering Awareness Day was created in 1998 by a cooperation of the European League of Stuttering Associations, the International Fluency Association and the International Stuttering Association. Because we all need to be more aware that stuttering is not simply .  

Spirit Day

Spirit Day is held on the third Thursday of October to raise awareness not to   people. Spirit Day was created  in 2010 by Brittany McMillan, in response to several publications of bullying related suicides of gay students. Not bullying someone should be . But common sense isn’t common. Therefore we need to have awareness days …

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