By Roger Cornish
KWCH 12 Eyewitness News
4:18 PM CST, January 24, 2013
"You know my name, not my story".
That's the theme of an anti-bullying campaign this week at Wichita high schools.
Students from Choose Respect Clubs at places like Southeast High wore black shirts Thursday.
They also wore signs to promote awareness of how words can hurt.
The hurtful words on the front sign were explained by the rest of the story on the back.
Organizers say they didn't expect the response to be as big as it was.
Southeast junior Shayna Lynch tells us, "We originally only had some for our group, but teachers wanted to be involved, administrators wanted to be involved and more students wanted to be involved and so we had to make more...just, oh...it was amazing"
The event continues Friday when students will dress up to show "class" rather than "classify" each other.
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