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Women's March 2018 

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Demonstrators gathered the foot of C Street in Eureka to listen to speakers before marching in the 2018 Women's March.
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Participants came out in support of "Dreamers" previously protected under Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals and survivors of sexual harassment and abuse.
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Pastor Bethany Nass Cseh of the Arcata United Methodist Church spoke to the crowd.
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Allen McCloskey spoke to the crowd prior to the march.
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Eureka City Councilmember Kim Bergel records the speakers at the march with her cell phone.
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From left to right: Angie Pierce, her daughter Adeline, 4, her husband Andrew and their son August attended the march to support the rights of all people.
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Demonstrators prepare for the start of the march.
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Demonstrators held their signs aloft on the boardwalk before the march started.
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A group of young girls led the march with its official banner.
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The march left the foot of C Street and went along the boardwalk to F Street.
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Environmental messages abounded.
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The pussy hats were back along with a pink lion.
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The march makes its way along the boardwalk.
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A one-man band at the Women's March.
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Some walked, others were carried.
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The unicorn lobby made its presence known.
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One theme of the march was "Reclaiming our Democracy."
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There were plenty of rainbows in support of the LGBTQ community.
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Pro-union and labor marchers at the Women's March.
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"Respect existence or expect resistance" on a recycled sign.
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Eureka City Councilmember Kim Bergel captures the passing crowd.
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Annie Bond, in the black peace hat, posed with friends during the march.
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Plenty of children were in attendance, including these two, who are clearly over the current administration.
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For some, the march was a family affair.
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Marchers continued down Third Street.
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Oscar Marx carried a flag he's had since the first Gulf War. Marx said he came to the march for his mom, his wife, his friends and the state of the union, saying, "I think there’s a lot of collective angst."
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"Nasty women" were everywhere.
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Beth Frink, of Arcata, said this was her first Women's March. She came out for her daughters, mom and herself.
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Nancey Rehg, of Arcata, carried a Rosie the Riveter poster with the face cut out for people to pose for photos. She was a march organizer last year.
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Dressed as a Suffragette, Jane Williams, of Arcata, stood on the corner of H and Third streets as marchers passed by. Williams, who attended last year's march, said she wished she could carry 500 signs. "There’s so much to speak up about."
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Jane Goodall, Elanor Roosevelt and Harriet Beecher Stowe all had their say on signs.
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Heady Betty marched with some of her friends. She wasn't able to attend last year's march.
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Marchers carrying women's rights and anti-racism signs.
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James Faulk carries his daughter Juniper during the march. Faulk said he attended last years march and loved it
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Several women marched while playing guitar.
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Catlin Conlin marches down Third Street.
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A marcher holds a sign reading, "I'm no longer accepting the things, I'm changing the things I can't accept."
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Potterheads were also in attendance.
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From left to right: Angie Pierce, her daughter Adeline, 4, her husband Andrew and their son August attended the march to support the rights of all people.

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