Students to wear orange against bullying

By the Herald staffOctober 7, 2013 

Carmichael Middle School students are asked to wear orange to their Richland school Wednesday as a commitment to stop bullying.

The coordinated effort is part of Unity Day, which is meant to call awareness to the problem of bullying in schools. Students will take part in other anti-bullying activities throughout the rest of the month.

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