January 25, 2017 Slideshows » News

Eureka Women's March 

Share on Facebook
Tweet
Submit to Reddit
Email
OF 14
PREV NEXT
Photo by Mark McKenna
The start of the march at C Street.
Photo by Mark McKenna
Cheryl Seidner hugs a friend near the stage at the Women's March.
Photo by Mark McKenna
A group of Native American Women attended the march and posed for this group shot.
Photo by Mark McKenna
Joy Hardin, who was in a motorized chair, was near the front of the stage for the speakers.
Photo by Mark McKenna
Several thousand people gathered at the foot of C Street in Eureka for the Women's March. The event coincided with marches around the country with news outlets reporting it as the largest protest in American history.
Photo by Mark McKenna
Following the speakers the march proceeded down the boardwalk to F Street.
Photo by Mark McKenna
Sister Grinnan Bearette of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence joined with the anarchists in chanting on the waterfront.
Photo by Mark McKenna
The march came up F Street and then went down Third Street.
Photo by Mark McKenna
The streets were packed with protesters.
Photo by Mark McKenna
There were rainbow flags and an inverted U.S. flag signaling a nation in distress.
Photo by Mark McKenna
Homemade signs abounded.
Photo by Mark McKenna
Anarchists blocked the intersection of Fourth and H streets in Eureka following the march. The group appeared to have established a separate demonstration from the main march.
Photo by Mark McKenna
Three protesters decided to remain in the intersection and be arrested to make their point.
Photo by Mark McKenna
Captain Steve Watson arrests one of the protestors.
More slideshows
Talia Rose4 images
Mark Larson28 images
David Wilson15 images
Mark McKenna7 images
9/14
Photo by Mark McKenna
The streets were packed with protesters.

Related Stories

Comments

Subscribe to this thread:

Add a comment

© 2020 North Coast Journal

Website powered by Foundation