Anti-Trump Protest in Arcata 

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Demonstrators filed into the Arcata Plaza on Friday after marching from the Humboldt State University campus.
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Demonstrators leave HSU headed for the Arcata Plaza.
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Demonstrators marching through Arcata.
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A Trump supporter who came across the march reminds protesters that America is a democracy, Trump won the election and will soon become president.
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One of the demonstration's organizers, Danielle Anderson, addresses the crowd of around 200 at the Arcata Plaza.
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Daniel Segura, of Arcata, speaks to the crowd after identifying himself as a gay Latino. The HSU early childhood development senior said he was fearful of what was to come for marginalized people following Trump’s election as president.
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A protester's sign.
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Julie Shonkwiler, an HSU senior and psychology major, left, and Brianna Jensen, also a senior and psych major at HSU, held signs during an anti-Trump demonstration at the Arcata Plaza on Friday.
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Around 200 people gathered at the Arcata Plaza to protest the election of Donald Trump.
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A pile of signs on the plaza appeared to be a mix of protest signs and other random musings scrawled on cardboard.
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Keenan Hilton, who is originally from McKinleyville but currently lives in Arcata, addresses the crowd.
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Kirtis Ranesbottom, who said he lived in the woods outside Arcata, tells the crowd he believes that people are the society and not the government.
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Demonstrators returned to the HSU campus following the rally at the Arcata Plaza.
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One of the demonstrations organizers, HSU student Emily Lynn, left, addresses the crowd after returning to the HSU campus.
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Demonstrators hold up peace signs as the protest winds down Friday afternoon.
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Arcata High School Student Naz Dikerson 14, holds a F*CK Donald Trump sign. Earlier, she addressed the crowd with her concerns for the safety of the LGTBQ community and minorities following Trump's election. She also said that America hasn't always been great for those who were not white men.
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The demonstration ends with a group hug.
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Demonstrators filed into the Arcata Plaza on Friday after marching from the Humboldt State University campus.

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