Halfway into his 1,000-mile walk, Roger DeHart was stopped by a man in Holly Hill, S.C. It was a white man with Confederate flag, which made DeHart, a black man, uneasy.
"I thought 'oh boy,'" said DeHart, who was completing his walk from Fort Lauderdale to Washington D.C during the Spring of 2018 to raise awareness about human trafficking.
The man got off his truck and met DeHart with tears in his eyes and two cold Gatorades in his hands.
"I have two daughters, I've been following your story and I appreciate you so much," the man said.