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Localist Supports Pink Shirt Day

Localist Supports Pink Shirt Day

Localist team members in the Pink

Localist is proud to support Pink Shirt Day, with the team donning pink to get behind the anti-bullying message.

As a social recommendations site, Localist's digital platform only encourages positive feedback.

"We are very proud that our site is about loving local and empowering, not dis-empowering, local businesses and communities," says Localist General Manager Christina Sayers Wickstead.

"Digital is a powerful medium and it is important to be conscious of using any power kindly."

"All forms of bullying - whether physical, emotional or in the digital realm - affect everyone, whether directly or indirectly. As a team, we are proud to support this important day and make a stand," adds Sayers Wickstead.


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