Diversity is not Inclusion Rally 

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Stickers with the hashtag JusticeForJosiah were handed out to the crowd.
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From left to Right: Critical Race Gender and Sexuality Studies lecturer Maral Attallah, library staff member Kumi Watanabe-Schock and financial aide staffer Jay Schock listen to speakers at the rally.
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Students, faculty and community members gathered on the HSU Quad for the rally.
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Faculty and students gathered on the HSU Quad.
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Students, faculty and community members gathered on the HSU Quad for the rally.
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Meg Stofsky holds handbills for a Justice for Josiah vigil happening this weekend at the Manilla Community Center.
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Green Party of Humboldt County Chair Kelsey Reedy hands out handbills for a Justice for Josiah vigil happening this weekend and the Manilla Community Center.
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Daniel Segura and another speaker started off the Diversity is not Inclusion rally on the HSU Quad on Wednesday. The demonstration, organized to bring attention to issues regarding the safety of students of color, was happening on multiple CSU campuses.
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Green Party of California spokesperson Erik Rydberg spoke of capitalism and colonialism marginalize people of color.
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Critical Race Gender and Sexuality Studies lecturer Maral Attallah asked one of the speakers to bring the focus back to Justice for Josiah.
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Meg Stofsky gives an impassioned call to arms for people in the community to stand up for Justice for Josiah.
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Meg Stofsky gives an impassioned call to arms for people in the community to stand up for Justice for Josiah.
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Meg Stofsky, who gave an impassioned call to arms for people in the community to stand up for Justice for Josiah, is hugged Green Party of Humboldt County Chair Kelsey Reedy after speaking.
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HSU Sociology senior Maddy Jackson holds a Justice for Josiah sign during the rally.
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HSU Criminology senior Rylie Carlier records a speaker on her cell phone. Carlier didn't know David Josiah Lawson personally but said many of her friends she played softball with did.
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Moxie Alvarnaz speaks to the crowd.
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Community member Bethany Nass Cseh asks people to look at the person next to them for a long time. She asks the crowd not look to the leaders for change, but to each other and in themselves.
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Meg Stofsky holds handbills for a Justice for Josiah vigil happening this weekend at the Manilla Community Center.

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