COLUMBIA CITY, Ind. (WFFT) -- A group walking from Milwaukee to Washington D.C. is making their way through Northeast Indiana.
It's the group's 11th day in their fight towards racial equality, a day after three people from the group were arrested in Kosciusko County.
"Some deputies and sheriffs have walked with us, when we got to Indiana it was a deeper, darker type of racism," says Tory Lowe.
Lowe says three in the group were arrested as they walked on U.S. Highway 30.
Indiana State Troopers wanted them off the road, but leaders say they weren't walking on the road.
They had cars driving alongside them so no one would get hurt and have their back.
They say they've had a number of things thrown at them.
"Throwing shoes at us, burning tires to create smoke while we're walking," says Lowe.
Lowe says the trip has opened his eyes to many things over the past few days and is hoping for a peaceful rest of the way towards D.C.