September 12, 2016 Slideshows » Arts + Scene

Pride 2016 

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Mark Larson
Rollerskaters lined up before the start of the 24th annual Humboldt Pride Parade through Old Town in Eureka on Saturday.
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Flagbearers led the Pride Parade through Old Town and into the all-day Humboldt Pride Festival held in Halvorsen Park.
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Samba da Alegria provided the rhythm for marchers.
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Humboldt Pride Grand Marshal Linda Shapeero, of Hydesville, led the 24th annual Humboldt Pride Parade.
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Linda Shapeero, founder of PFLAG Eureka-Arcata, was named Humboldt Pride Grand Marshal.
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Members of Circus of the Elements joined the 24th annual Humboldt Pride Parade.
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Student marchers from McKinleyville High School.
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HSU students and members of the Queer Students Union marched in the parade.
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Dennis Winstead (left), of Eureka, and Albert Borges (center), of Smith River, joined the annual Humboldt Pride Parade.
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Local mental health workers showed their support by marching.
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Nat Samuelson (right), of Ferndale, and Jason Valdez, of Arcata, carried their "Born This Way" sign.
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One participant framed and celebrated himself with his sign.
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Self-identified "Church Lady" Sandy Little, of Eureka, marched with the United Congregational Christian Church.
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Members of the Grrrlz 2 Men group rocked out in their ride.
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Last year's Grand Marshal Sister Juana Little walked in the parade.
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Marchers in the 2016 Humboldt Pride Parade displayed their rainbow-hued hashtag.
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T-shirt message worn by Anna Lacey at the True North informational booth during the Humboldt Pride Festival at Halvorsen Park on Saturday.
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Critics of Humboldt Pride shared their message during the parade.
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A protester in all black amid the rainbows holds her sign aloft during the march.
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Liliana Ceron, of Arcata, tries on a "rainbow tutu" at Good Relations' vendor booth.
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Redwood National Park Rangers Juan Anzada (left) and Cary Wells (right) helped Karis and Andrea "find their park." This was the first year for R.N.P. staff to join the informational booths, clothing and food vendors, musicians and others at the festival.
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Humboldt Pride Grand Marshal Linda Shapeero, of Hydesville, led the 24th annual Humboldt Pride Parade.

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