Students in Grand Forks break down barriers with culture fair
The students organized their second annual culture fair.
The event started last year when students noticed a cultural divide between their classmates.
Students got to try different foods, games and check out clothing from other countries.
Some of the most popular activities of the day we’re getting a henna tattoo and trying on a hijab.
"We hope that culture fair helps break down the cultural barriers we have in our school and gives people an opportunity to interact with one another and ask questions and just learn things,” said Sundus Hassan, a fair organizer.
The students hope others will carry on the tradition once they graduate this spring.