STOUGHTON (WKOW) -- Black lives matter protesters have increased in number since Friday.
In Stoughton, it started with just one man. As of Thursday, it was a small group.
Protesters say they've encountered people against their message, but have also had productive conversations with people.
"Systematic change, top to bottom, reform of everything," said Dylan Bennett. "I'm 20 years old, and I'm out here doing this. People need to reevaluate themselves."
Bennett helped form We Are Heard. He and other members said they hope to establish it as an official non-profit and spread the message nationwide.