Students in Jackson County are taking a stand against bullies by wearing pink to school Wednesday.
The students' efforts are part of national Pink Shirt Day.
According to organizers, bullying in any form can lead to a host of problems for teens, including suicide. Local students are saying enough is enough.
Students at Columbia Middle School wrote bad memories of bullying on pink paper and then burned it.
Students at Jackson High School will paint the big rock in front of the school pink on Wednesday.
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