Since 2011, one roman ginger got a group of other gingers together and started a walk for a light-hearted way to approach anti-bullying.

James Schroeder, a roman red-haired artist started this walk so "kids could see this and be proud of who they are." The pride grew from 15 in 2014 to a little over 300 this year. Fellow gingers would gather with signs that make good fun of ginger qualities.The best part, all hair colors can join in on the walk as well!

I absolutely love this, I'm all for ginger pride and freckle power! Gingers have been getting made fun of for years because we look a little different and have ghost like skin. This is a great way to show people that words and name calling can't bring the ginger spirit down, even if we don't have souls!

You can check out their Facebook page and let me know what you think about a Ginger Pride walk in the comments below. I'm really hoping this becomes a thing throughout the world becuse gingers are a dying breed, or so we're told.