Student-athletes at the University of Illinois wanted to make their voices heard.

On Monday afternoon, student-athletes from Illinois led a protest against racial injustice, marching to the Champaign Police Department. They then took part in a moment of silence to remember victims of police brutality before walking back to Memorial Stadium.

People showed up by the hundreds to show their support for the movement on Monday.

Student-athletes from schools across the country have participated in peaceful protests over the last week, as racial injustice continues to be an issue in the nation. Last week, Jacob Blake was shot in the back seven times by a police officer in Kenosha, Wisconsin, prompting more protests and movements across the United States.

Following the protest, Illinois men’s basketball coach Brad Underwood, athletic director Josh Whitman and the official Twitter account of Illini football showed their support for the student-athletes and others who participated.

Below are some of the photos and videos from Monday’s protest in Champaign: