"Never doubt that a small group of concerned citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has."

Margaret Mead

Stonewalk is the story of a group of individuals who take up a 33-day, 500-mile journey to Washington, DC, pulling a two-thousand-pound granite memorial commemorating the loss of civilian lives in war. The documentary offers the audience more than a record of this group's ideal to see civilian casualties of war remembered along side military losses. Its intention is to illustrate the sense of value and purpose every individual can embrace when they choose to take action for something they believe in, even at the risk of contradicting popular thought. For the "Stonewalkers," the act of offering this gift to their country is to them, the highest form of patriotism.