(PHOTOS) Renfroe Middle School students say ‘Don’t be a hater’

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt February 10, 2017

Renfroe Middle School students held their annual “No Place for Hate Day” on the Decatur Square on Friday, Feb. 10.

A mom of one of the students, Meg Magno told Decaturish, “I’m the proud parent of a 6th grade student at Renfroe Middle School. Today, I got to watch my son, Gabe, and the entire 6th grade class demonstrate a peace walk. The students made signs, walked to the city square, they chanted ‘No Place For Hate,’ and read famous quotes regarding love and acceptance. They smiled and hugged. I will always be proud to say that it really is Greater In Decatur.”

According to City Schools of Decatur, City Commissioner Tony Powers spoke to the students on the square.

Magno provided these photos of today’s event:

Photo provided by Meg Magno

Photo provided by Meg Magno

Photo provided by Meg Magno

Photo provided by Meg Magno

Photo provided by Meg Magno

Photo provided by Meg Magno

Photo provided by Meg Magno

Photo provided by Meg Magno

Photo provided by Meg Magno

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