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Eureka Black Lives Matter Vigil June 14 

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Mark McKenna
Faith Elaine Scott sings a cappella during the vigil.
Mark McKenna
Members of the crowd clap and snap along during a song preformed by Faith Elaine Scott.
Mark McKenna
James Braggs gave an opening prayer at the vigil.
Mark McKenna
Dejanai Dunn, who will be 16 at the end of this month, singing a song she wrote titled “Heard Today.”
Mark McKenna
Mark McKenna
An attendee blocks the flame of their candle from the slightest breeze.
Mark McKenna
Mark McKenna
One of the event organizers, Celeste Kofi speaks of the racism her and her husband have endured.
Mark McKenna
The crowd listens to one of the event organizers, Celeste Kofi tells of the racism she and her husband have endured.
Mark McKenna
The crowd listens to one of the event organizers, Celeste Kofi tell of the racism her and her husband have endured.
Mark McKenna
A vigil attendee holds a candle.
Mark McKenna
Charmaine Lawson speaks about her plans to start DJ House, a non-profit that will help provide housing to HSU and CR students.
Mark McKenna
Cameron Wilson told Dejanai Dunn, left, that he really liked her song saying it hit him different than most songs and telling her she should put it on YouTube.
Mark McKenna
The crowd listens to Charmaine Lawson as she talks about her son.
Mark McKenna
The crowd listens to Charmaine Lawson as she talks about her son.
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Faith Elaine Scott sings a cappella during the vigil.

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