People of the community gathered Sunday at Peace Park in Columbia. The group walked shirtless in the streets of downtown to advocate for women’s rights.

The topless rally began locally during 2012 and was supported by the Columbia nudist colony. The first event had over 100 attendees because the gathering was announced on public radio.

On Sunday, families, friends and community members joined in the same movement nearly a decade after its creation.

Many of the attendees said this was not their first topless demonstration and have joined the Columbia walk in the past.