Ferndale Pride Parade 

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Skyler Jacobs, of Arcata, holds a sign asking, "Have you been hurt by abusive manipulative religious organizations? We have!!!"
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Chris Tanner lives in New York City but often visits his mom in Ferndale. He laughs after Pastor Tyrel Bramwell of St. Mark’s Church gives him a piece of literature.
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Ferndale resident Stephen Avis spoke to the crowd calling for all to find a common ground.
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The crowd left the church and marched down Main Street.
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The crowd left the church and marched down Main Street.
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The crowd left the church and marched down Main Street.
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Another sign countering the message at St. Mark’s, this one asking, "Hurt By Christian Culture? Yes!!!"
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Luna Garrard carries a Trans flag while marching down Main Street.
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Kaelan McCarthy said he saw a post from the Scotia Lodge on social media about the demonstration and helped spread the word.
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Luna Garrard, left, carries a Trans flag and Justin Cataldo carries an updated Pride flag.
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People gathered in front of St. Mark’s Lutheran Church in response images of a sign reading, “Hurt By LGTBQ Culture? Healing Here,” madeg the rounds on social media.
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People gathered in front of St. Mark’s Lutheran Church in response images of a sign reading, “Hurt By LGTBQ Culture? Healing Here,” madeg the rounds on social media.
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Members of the crowd stand in front of Pastor Tyrel Bramwell as he recites scripture.
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Supporters, both two-legged and four-legged, make their way down the street.
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Michael Winandy, left, was at the demonstration in Arcata Friday where a Pride flag on display in a public garden was slashed and burned.
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Brittany Campbell waves a human flag while marching down main street.
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The crowd left the church and marched down Main Street.
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Lark Doolan, who is the superintendent of Peninsula Union School District and the Director of Queer Humboldt, holds a sign with a message for youth members of the LGTBQ+ community.
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The mach turned back up Main Street after reaching the intersection with he Victorian Inn and the Ivanhoe.
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Ferndale resident Bronwyn Arnold skips past the Ivanhoe while spinning a rainbow ribbon.
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A supported holds a "Stop Misusing Jesus" sign.
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The message of the day, at times chanted by participants: "Love is love."
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Skyler Jacobs, of Arcata, holds a sign asking, "Have you been hurt by abusive manipulative religious organizations? We have!!!"

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