Wichita Students March to Support Anti-Bullying Movement
WICHITA, Kan. - Students across Wichita did their part in supporting a national anti-bullying movement, the Million T-Shirt March. On Thursday, students across the country made a pledge to take a stance against bullying.
Mayberry Principal Eric Hofer-Holdeman said "this is all apart of a nation wide effort. Million T-Shirt march. we had approximately one hundred t-shirts sold."
The goal with the national Million T-Shirt March was to have at least a million students wear the shirts to bring awareness on bullying. It's not only a pledge to not bully others, but prevent it. Principal Hofer-Holdeman said "if they witness bullying and if they witness students bullying to report it to an adult."
At Horace Mann Dual Language Magnet School, the student body participated in a parade through the streets to support the cause.