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March For Our Lives 2022 

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Arcata High Students Mercedes Caram, left, and Meili McCann-Sayles march toward the Creamery Building.
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People gathered at the Arcata Plaza on Saturday to support March For Our Lives demonstrations around the country.
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Chris Will had voter registration forms at the demonstration. Will said she does community outreach and voter registration with Humboldt Democrats.
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Marchers take to the streets.
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Eva Swartz, cofounder for March For Our Lives in Humboldt County, address crowd gathered at the Creamery Building in Arcata.
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Karla G. holds a sign saying, "Not 1 More."
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Arcata Mayor Stacy Atkins-Salazar speaks to the crowd about reducing gun violence.
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Hannah Crossley applauds a speaker.
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Deacon Pam Gossard and Father Daniel London of Christ Episcopal Church in Eureka applaud a speaker during the March For Our Lives demonstration in Arcata on Saturday.
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Demonstrators record the speakers with their cell phones on Saturday.
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If you don't know the significance of the green Converse with a heart on the toe you should Google it.
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A demonstrator with a list of proposed gun laws listens to speakers in Arcata.
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Lori Knowles, of Ferndale, holds a sign stating, "Love People Not Guns" on Saturday.
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Demonstrators supporting March For Our Lives leave the Arcata Plaza on their way to the Creamery Building on Saturday in conjunction with demonstrations around the country calling for legislation to help end gun violence in America.
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Demonstrators supporting March For Our Lives leave the Arcata Plaza on their way to the Creamery Building on Saturday in conjunction with demonstrations around the country calling for legislation to help end gun violence in America.
Photo by Mark McKenna
Demonstrators supporting March For Our Lives leave the Arcata Plaza on their way to the Creamery Building on Saturday in conjunction with demonstrations around the country calling for legislation to help end gun violence in America.
Photo by Mark McKenna
Demonstrators supporting March For Our Lives leave the Arcata Plaza on their way to the Creamery Building on Saturday in conjunction with demonstrations around the country.
Photo by Mark McKenna
Demonstrators supporting March For Our Lives leave the Arcata Plaza on their way to the Creamery Building on Saturday in conjunction with demonstrations around the country.
Photo by Mark McKenna
Suzanne Conrad and Larry Fitzsimons, of Coffee Creek, said they attended the first March For Our Lives Demonstration in Washington D.C.
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Chris Will had voter registration forms at the demonstration. Will said she does community outreach and voter registration with Humboldt Democrats.
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Following the march, demonstrators gather outside of the Arcata Playhouse to hear people speak out against gun violence and in favor of sensible gun laws.
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Demonstrators bow their heads during a moment of silence for victims of gun violence.
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Demonstrators bow their heads during a moment of silence for victims of gun violence.
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Larry Fitzsimons had not planned on speaking at Saturday's event but felt compelled to address the crowd.
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Demonstrators record the speakers with their cell phones on Saturday.

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