LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) -- About 200 people turned out for the annual Way of the Cross Walk, a Louisville tradition on Good Friday.
The walk started at the federal building at 7th and Chestnut streets. From there, participants walked to founders square at 6th and Liberty.
This year, however, the walk was more than just a Good Friday tradition – it was also a walk for justice. The 1.5 mile walk included stops at 14 downtown locations reflecting on the war in Iraq, the death penalty, poverty and homelessness, racism and other topics.