An estimated 400 to 500 people took part in a march against racial injustice in South Haven on Saturday. The march started at Elkenburg park with speakers from the community and proceeded to the South Haven Pavilion. There, Mayor Scott Smith, members of the South Haven City Council, the police chief, and some pastors spoke. The march then continued through the downtown area and back to Elkenburg Park. The peaceful event was planned with help of local officials.