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#JusticeforJosiah March 

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Mark McKenna
Demonstrators marched up G Street from the Arcata Plaza.
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Protesters enter Wildberries Marketplace.
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The march went through Wildberries Marketplace with demonstrators encouraging people to join them.
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The crowd waits for other demonstrators to leave Wildberries Marketplace before continuing on to HSU.
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The march continued on H Street against traffic as the procession made its way back to HSU.
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As marchers crossed the dark Sunset overpass, members of the crowd turned on their cell phone flashlights.
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Mark McKenna
The march headed to the HSU campus.
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Demonstrators head to the Student and Business Services Building.
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Mark McKenna
Demonstrators marched through the courtyards of the dorms knocking on doors and asking students to join them in calling for justice for Josiah Lawson.
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The demonstrators returned to the Arcata Plaza where the march began.
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Mark McKenna
Demonstrators added the number for the Humboldt County District Attorney's Office to their phones and were encouraged to call and demand justice.
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A woman takes a photo of a Black Lives Matter sign.
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Demonstrators taped signs to the McKinley Statue at the Arcata Plaza.
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Mark McKenna
Demonstrators taped signs to the McKinley Statue at the Arcata Plaza.
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Demonstrators photograph the signs taped to the McKinley statue.
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Demonstrators photograph the signs taped to the McKinley statue.
Mark McKenna
Demonstrators taped signs to the McKinley statue at the Arcata Plaza.
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Protesters enter Wildberries Marketplace.

Tags: David Josiah Lawson, Kyle Zoellner, Arcata, Humboldt State University, protest

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