Eureka Rally for Reproductive Rights 

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Kris Nagel
A demonstrator holds a sign reading “Keep abortion legal” at the rally for reproductive rights on Saturday, Oct. 2.
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Diqui LaPenta, a teacher at the College of the Redwoods, attended the rally with her dog, Jackson. Having grown up in Texas, LaPenta came to fight for choice in states where reproductive healthcare access has been restricted.
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The corner of Fifth and I streets came alive as cars honked and demonstrators cheered at the rally for reproductive rights on Saturday, Oct. 2.
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The corner of Fifth and I streets came alive as cars honked and demonstrators cheered at the rally for reproductive rights on Saturday, Oct. 2.
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Demonstrators occupied the steps of the Humboldt County Courthouse on Saturday, Oct. 2, calling for access to reproductive healthcare everywhere. The Eureka rally was held in solidarity with the National Women’s March.
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Amber Transou holds a sign reading “I stand with Planned Parenthood” at the rally for reproductive rights on Saturday, Oct. 2.
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A demonstrator holds a sign reading “Keep your filthy laws off my silky drawers” at the rally for reproductive rights on Saturday, Oct. 2.
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The number of demonstrators grew to the hundreds as cars honked in support and speakers shared their experience in the fight for access to reproductive healthcare. The rally on Saturday, Oct. 2, was organized in support of the National Women’s March.
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Planned Parenthood employees attended the rally for reproductive rights wearing pink shirts and signs supporting healthcare access on Saturday, Oct. 2. Planned Parenthood is a nonprofit that provides reproductive healthcare to communities globally, including cancer screenings, contraceptives and medically induced abortions.
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Demonstrators in front of the Humboldt County Courthouse held signs of support for reproductive healthcare on Saturday, Oct. 2. The sign pictured reads, “Woman’s rights are human rights.”
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Participants in the rally for reproductive rights on Saturday, Oct. 2 held signs at the intersection of Fifth and I streets with messages of support for reproductive healthcare.
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A demonstrator holds a sign reading, “Mothers by choice not by law,” at the rally for reproductive rights on Saturday, Oct. 2.
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Romi Hitchcock-Tinseth participated in the Saturday rally, holding a sign that reads, “Don’t tread on me,” under a drawing of a uterus. Hitchcock-Tinseth supports the fight for reproductive rights in the footsteps of her mother, who had been involved in the movement long before she was born.
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Amber Transou holds a sign reading “I stand with Planned Parenthood” at the rally for reproductive rights on Saturday, Oct. 2.

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