A nationwide event that encourages students to harass kids based on the colour of their hair is garnering serious attention from anti-bullying groups and parents. The Facebook event "National Kick a Ginger" day has almost 4, members across Canada and has sparked a rash of opinions in support and against on the social networking site. The movement was started after an episode of the controversial animated show South Park advocated "Kick a Ginger" day Nov. The episode refers to red-headed people as "nasty" and "born with a disease. Ottawa mother Juanita McNairn said she let her year-old son stay home Thursday because he was so afraid. McNairn said the students in her son's class told him all week they were planning to kick him when he arrived at school.
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By Hannah Parry For Dailymail. Red-haired children have been left beaten and bleeding after they were targeted by fellow middle school pupils as part of 'Kick a Ginger Kid Day' - inspired by the cartoon South Park. Parents were furious to learn that youngsters with ginger hair had been attacked on their way to classes at the Melrose Veterans Memorial Middle School in Massachusetts. The school was only alerted to the bullying after one of the injured children went to see the nurse. Principal Brent Conway said he was 'outraged' and disappointed' by the incident and pledged to take action against the attackers.
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Red-headed school kids targeted on South Park inspired 'Kick a Ginger Day'
This causes gingers in the school to be discriminated against. The holiday appears to have been started in as a joke. At one time there was a Facebook page dedicated to the day, but it no longer appears to exist.
The th episode of the series overall, it first aired on Comedy Central in the United States on November 9, In the episode, Cartman is led to think he has contracted a mysterious and sudden onset of "gingervitus" in actuality, Stan and Kyle use skin bleach, dye and tattoos, to transform him into a ginger kid in his sleep. Sick and tired of being ridiculed for his fake red hair, light skin and freckles, he rallies all the ginger kids everywhere to fight against the persecution and rise up to become the master race they are intended to be, or so he thinks. The episode was written and directed by series co-creator Trey Parker. For a class presentation, Cartman delivers a presentation against what he calls "gingers": people with red hair , freckles , and pale skin due to an alleged disease called "Gingervitis".