Students in Onalaska mark ‘Unity Day’

Students wore orange to take part

ONALASKA, Wis. (WKBT) – Students and teachers nationwide took a stand against bullying on Wednesday, which was “Unity Day.”

People throughout the area wore orange to take part.

“We all come from diverse backgrounds and that we all need to appreciate and respect each other, because we all go through things,” said Mike Stupi, a senior at Onalaska High School. “It’s part of life and being able to understand that and respect that and celebrate that is something that is important had has been kind of lost.”

Many local school district held unity day activates throughout the day.

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