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Five Years Later: Justice for Josiah Vigil 

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Members of the crowd pose for a group shot with Charmaine Lawson.
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Charmaine Lawson addresses the crowd gathered at the Humboldt County Courthouse Friday on the 5th anniversary of her son Josiah Lawson’s death at a house party in Arcata while Pastor Bethany Cseh stands by her side.
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Charmaine Lawson addresses the crowd gathered at the Humboldt County Courthouse Friday on the 5th anniversary of her son Josiah Lawson’s death at a house party in Arcata while Pastor Bethany Cseh stands by her side.
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The Friday vigil marked the fifth year since Josiah Lawson's unsolved fatal stabbing.
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Banners at the vigil.
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Michihiro Clark Sugata hugs Charmaine Lawson after speaking about her son Josiah on Friday.
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César Abarca, an associate professor of Social Work at Cal Poly Humboldt, holds a Justice for Josiah poster on Friday during the vigil for the five year anniversary of Josiah Lawson’s death.
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Romi Hitchcock-Tinseth, who lectures in the Communications Department at Cal Poly Humboldt, helps sell Justice for Josiah shirts.
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Pastor Bethany Cseh hugs Charmaine Lawson after Lawson spoke about her son's unsolved killing five years ago Friday.
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Michihiro Clark Sugata hugs Charmaine Lawson after speaking about her son Josiah on Friday.

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