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March for Our Lives Arcata 2018 

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Bow Nutanchasa Piyasiriluksika, an exchange student from Thailand, tells the crowd how it is more difficult to get a gun in Thailand than in the United States. She says she came here to get and education, not to get shot.
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Arcata Mayor Sofia Pereira addresses the crowd.
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Rebecca Freedman and her daughter Matilda, 7, of Broward County, Florida, came to the March For Our Lives in Arcata. Freedman's sister-in-law teaches at Jacoby Creek Elementary School. Freedman says her children are in the same school district as Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
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Maureen Kane reflects during a moment of silence at the March For Our Lives demonstration in Arcata on Saturday. Kane says there is nowhere else she’d rather be than at a demonstration against insanity.
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Jesse Wiedel and his wife Cynthia Hooper brave the cold and rain to join in the March For Our Lives demonstration.
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Rob Hepburn, who served in Vietnam in the Marine Corps, holds a sign calling for universal background checks.
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Carol Woods, of Arcata, says she came to the demonstration because she cares deeply about the issue.
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The crowd continued to grow even with the cold and the rain.
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From left to right: Friends Avery Meadows, Ayla Wolfe and Kennedy Minton make buttons to wear during the march.
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Estelle Wardrip carries a Peace Dove on a yard stick during the demonstration. Wardrip teaches at Fieldbrook Middle School.
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Marchers head toward the Arcata plaza on Eighth Street.
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Bandamonium leader Gregg Moore teaches music at North Coast Preparatory Academy.
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Marchers head toward the Arcata plaza on Eighth Street.
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Angela Owen marches with her 7-year-old son Liam Yder.
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Bandamonium plays during the march around the Arcata Plaza and back to the Creamery Building.
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Patrons of the Big Blue Cafe watch demonstrators as they march around the Arcata Plaza.
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Jalena Ricchio, a ninth grader at NPA, carries a "guns don't make schools safer" sign.
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Humboldt County Third District Supervisor Mike Wilson holds his sign as he marches passed Arcata Liquors on the Plaza.
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Nathan Hammond holds his sign calling for action over his head.
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Demonstrators head back to the Creamery building.
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Maureen Kane reflects during a moment of silence at the March For Our Lives demonstration in Arcata on Saturday. Kane says there is nowhere else she’d rather be than at a demonstration against insanity.

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