WICHITA, Kan. -

Wichita State University's Nigerian Association teamed with other activist groups today to show their support for the 250 kidnapped schoolgirls from Nigeria.

Three student organizations teamed up for the rally. It was held Thursday at noon  at the Plaza of Heroins.

They held signs, wore red and walked in solidarity.

See pictures of the rally here.

Organizers, some from Nigeria, say the problems are rooted in a religious fight between Islam and Christianity. They believe people of all faiths and all countries should condemn these kidnappings.

"It connects with everybody, we're all humans." Alex Csakr, Wichita State Student said. "And if anyone in America says it doesn't concern him, man you don't have a heart."

They rally itself may not save the girls, but organizers hope it sends a powerful message of unity that reaches Nigeria.