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Mark McKenna
Amy Duarte of Eureka holds a sign in front of the Humboldt County Courthouse Monday evening during a vigil for the victims of the Pulse Nightclub shooting in Orlando, Florida.
Mark McKenna
Sister Grinnan Bearette, left, and Sister Gaia T, of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, prepare to have the crowd form a circle while they read the names of the victims of the Orlando, Florida shooting.
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The crowd gathered in a circle for the reading of the names of the victims.
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Duane Leal (holding the rainbow flag), of Eureka brought multiple family members to the vigil Monday evening. Leal, who identifies as gay, brought five children from his family, saying that this is part of American history they will remember.
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Imam Jamila Tharp of the Redwoods Unity Mosque Initiative, spoke during the vigil, representing both the Muslim and LGTBQ communities.
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Sister Grinnan Bearette prepares to read another name from the list of victims.
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Anita Lemonparty waits to read a name from the list of victims.
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Anita Lemonparty, left, waits to read a name from the list of victims while Sister Grinnan Bearette reads from the list.
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Justin Cider, left, comforts Josh Tillett during the reading of the victims names.
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Amy Duarte of Eureka holds a sign stating our hearts are with Orlando in front of the Humboldt County Courthouse.
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From left to right: Justin Cider, Josh Tillett and Rose Russell listen while the names of the victims are read.
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Mark McKenna
Amy Duarte of Eureka holds a sign in front of the Humboldt County Courthouse Monday evening during a vigil for the victims of the Pulse Nightclub shooting in Orlando, Florida.

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