AHS Walkout to Support Sexual Assault Survivors 

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Mark McKenna
Arcata High School junior Valentine Benncio holds Mars Long's hand.
Mark McKenna
Hundreds of Arcata High School students walked out of class Wednesday to show support and stand in solidarity with victims of sexual assault, marking the third straight day of walkouts by students in Humboldt County following allegations of a sexual assault by a Fortuna High School student in August.
Mark McKenna
Hundreds of Arcata High School students walked out of class Wednesday to show support and stand in solidarity with victims of sexual assault, marking the third straight day of walkouts by students in Humboldt County following allegations of a sexual assault by a Fortuna High School student in August.
Mark McKenna
Hundreds of Arcata High School students walked out of class Wednesday to show support and stand in solidarity with victims of sexual assault, marking the third straight day of walkouts by students in Humboldt County following allegations of a sexual assault by a Fortuna High School student in August.
Mark McKenna
Hundreds of Arcata High School students walked out of class Wednesday to show support and stand in solidarity with victims of sexual assault, marking the third straight day of walkouts by students in Humboldt County following allegations of a sexual assault by a Fortuna High School student in August.
Mark McKenna
Hundreds of Arcata High School students walked out of class Wednesday to show support and stand in solidarity with victims of sexual assault, marking the third straight day of walkouts by students in Humboldt County following allegations of a sexual assault by a Fortuna High School student in August.
Mark McKenna
Hundreds of Arcata High School students walked out of class Wednesday to show support and stand in solidarity with victims of sexual assault, marking the third straight day of walkouts by students in Humboldt County following allegations of a sexual assault by a Fortuna High School student in August.
Mark McKenna
Arcata High School senior Haley Kenyon carries a sign above their head as they enter the Arcata Plaza on Wednesday.
Mark McKenna
Hundreds of Arcata High School students walked out of class Wednesday to show support and stand in solidarity with victims of sexual assault, marking the third straight day of walkouts by students in Humboldt County following allegations of a sexual assault by a Fortuna High School student in August.
Mark McKenna
Arcata High School junior Adelaide Downey, right, who helped organize Wednesday’s walkout, holds a sign above their head as they march with fellow students onto the plaza.
Mark McKenna
Hundreds of Arcata High School students walked out of class Wednesday to show support and stand in solidarity with victims of sexual assault, marking the third straight day of walkouts by students in Humboldt County following allegations of a sexual assault by a Fortuna High School student in August.
Mark McKenna
Hundreds of Arcata High School students walked out of class Wednesday to show support and stand in solidarity with victims of sexual assault, marking the third straight day of walkouts by students in Humboldt County following allegations of a sexual assault by a Fortuna High School student in August.
Mark McKenna
Hundreds of Arcata High School students walked out of class Wednesday to show support and stand in solidarity with victims of sexual assault, marking the third straight day of walkouts by students in Humboldt County following allegations of a sexual assault by a Fortuna High School student in August.
Mark McKenna
Hundreds of Arcata High School students walked out of class Wednesday to show support and stand in solidarity with victims of sexual assault, marking the third straight day of walkouts by students in Humboldt County following allegations of a sexual assault by a Fortuna High School student in August.
Mark McKenna
Arcata High School senior Haley Kenyon addresses fellow students on the Arcata Plaza.
Mark McKenna
A crowd of several hundred gathered on the plaza to hear survivor's stories and stand in solidarity.
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A survivor becomes overwhelmed with emotion as they share their story.
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A survivor becomes overwhelmed with emotion as they share their story with the crowd.
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Sierra Stover, who was not a student, shared her story and encouraged those being sexual assaulted to physically fight back, saying, "That’s why we have teeth."
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Ben Moore, center, said he had experienced being sexually manipulated and called for more young meant to speak out and stand up.
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Arcata High School students Sydney Lusa, and Haley Kenyon share their stories of a K-8 school teacher who made them uncomfortable
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Northern Humboldt Union High School District Superintendent Roger Macdonald addresses the crowd, saying the administration heard the students but his remarks are received with mixed reactions from the crowd.
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Students listen as survivors and supporters share their stories with hundreds gathered at the Arcata Plaza on Wednesday.
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Students listen as survivors and supporters share their stories with hundreds of students gathered at the Arcata Plaza on Wednesday.
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Arcata High School senior Miniya Bellinger shares their story with fellow students at the Arcata Plaza.
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Arcata High School senior Miniya Bellinger fights back tears they share their survivor story with fellow students at the Arcata Plaza.
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Aiden Waters tells the crowd he was manipulated to send sexual photos.
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Arcata High School junior Adelaide Downey speaks to the crowd at the Plaza.
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Students listen to speakers on the Arcata Plaza.
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Mark McKenna
Hundreds of Arcata High School students walked out of class Wednesday to show support and stand in solidarity with victims of sexual assault, marking the third straight day of walkouts by students in Humboldt County following allegations of a sexual assault by a Fortuna High School student in August.
Mark McKenna
Hundreds of Arcata High School students walked out of class Wednesday to show support and stand in solidarity with victims of sexual assault, marking the third straight day of walkouts by students in Humboldt County following allegations of a sexual assault by a Fortuna High School student in August.
Mark McKenna
Arcata High School junior Adelaide Downey, right, who helped organize Wednesday’s walkout, holds a sign above their head as they listen to fellow students speak at the Plaza.
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Arcata High School junior Valentine Benncio holds Mars Long's hand.

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