An international festival in Morgantown Friday featured more than 18 countries and hundred of cultures.
School students from across the state, and out of state, gathered at Ruby McQuain Park to learn about different cultures.
There was music, entertainment, and even some free food.
"Well, I think it all kind of ties together with human rights for certain. The Human Rights Commission is here trying to make sure we all have freedom, justice and equality; and to come out and see all of these different countries," said Susan Sullivan, of the Morgantown Human Rights Commission.
The fair was hosted by BoParc, the City of Morgantown, and WVU.