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    Celebrating a Day of Broken Silence

    A small, united group of Queens College students occupied Klapper Circle on a beautiful spring day. Mouths sealed with rainbow duct tape and clothed in purple, they sat in silence in the middle of the bustling excitement of Free Hour surrounding them. However, they were silent for a purpose. The QC Prism club observed A Day of Broken Silence on April 9 in correlation with The Gay Lesbian Straight Education Network’s National Day of Silence. The pact of silence aimed to spread awareness of suicides committed by those bullied or harassed for their sexual orientation or gender identity “The event is meant to bring awareness to the impact of anti-LGBT…