WASHINGTON (NEWSPLEX) -- A group of people marching from Charlottesville to Washington, D.C. is one the final leg of the journey.
Members are expected to reach the U.S. Capitol Wednesday after traveling 112 miles in ten days.
The march is called the March to Confront White Supremacy, which kicked off last week.
Participants are demanding President Donald Trump be removed from office, saying he has aligned himself with hate.
According to the group's website, 50 people have walked the entire distance.