Chatfield H.S. celebrates award-winning ‘Day Without Hate’ video

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LITTLETON, Colo. -- The rally at Chatfield High School Thursday was no ordinary assembly for students there.

They packed the school's gymnasium to watch an award-winning video that many of them helped create.

The 4-minute video was made as a part of the "Day Without Hate" campaign. After two months of work, the student body submitted the video and won.

A "Day Without Hate" was started seven years ago by a group of then-Standley Lake High School students, after the Virginia Tech tragedy. It strives to create love and tolerance on high school campuses across the country.

A "Day Without Hate" rally is set for Friday night at Jefferson County Stadium, in Lakewood. Gates open at 5 p.m. Students and other from all over metro Denver are expected to attend.

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