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Women's March of 2019 

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Bernadette Lincoln, who is Tlingit, smudged Charolette Stuart with sage at the foot of C Street in Eureka as people gathered for the Women's March.
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People gathered at the foot of C Street for the Women's March.
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Out in the rain for the march.
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Andrea Stuckey addresses the crowd gathered for the Women's March while Patty Hecht of Arcata held her speech in the strong winds.
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Andrea Stuckey spoke with a woman after addressing attendees of this year's Women's March.
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Cliff Berkowitz records his wife Amy as she addressed the crowd gathered for the Women's March.
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Demonstrators walked along the waterfront at the start of the Women's March.
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Grace Sterner said the was happy to attend and stayed up the night before the march to make sure her message was clear.
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Jennifer Be of Eureka held up her sign during the Women's March.
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Jennifer Be called for the crowd to remember why they were marching.
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Demonstrators marched along the waterfront.
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Marchers on the waterfront with signs aloft.
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A marcher with a "Resist" sign.
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Demonstrators marched through Old Town towards the Carson Mansion.
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The march makes its way through Old Town.
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"Tuck Frump."
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Britt Pruyn walked his government watchdog Chewy down Second Street. It was Chewy's third march but the backpack has been around since 2003.
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After passing the Carson Mansion, demonstrators headed back to the foot of C Street.
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Malcolm Campbell's "Unhinged" sign was hit with marchers.
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Sue Hilton, right helped carry the Women's International's League for Peace & Freedom banner during the march.
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Eureka Police Chief Steve Watson estimated that the crowd crew to between 700 and 800 people.
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Demonstrators march down Second Street on their return to the foot of C Street.
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