March for Our Lives 2019 

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Around 100 peopled gathered at the old creamery building in Arcata for the second annual March For Our Lives, an event put on my high school students hoping to end gun violence in the U.S.
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Eva Swartz, left and Olivia Joachim spoke to the crowd from the steps of the old creamery building in Arcata before the group marched to the plaza and back.
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Sandy Lynn, of Eureka, applauds a speaker at the March For Our Lives demonstration in Arcata on Saturday. Lynn said she attended the event last year.
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Madeline Lankarani spoke during the event and was one of the organizers of last year's March For Our Lives.
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Buttons made by attendees were available for people who didn't bring signs.
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Eureka City Council Member Leslie Castellano, left, spoke with Joanne McGarry, right, before the group marched to the Arcata Plaza and back.
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Bandemonium provided marching music during the event.
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Sunny Brae Middle School Student Nova Vaur held a sign asking who's next?
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The marchers headed down Eighth Street toward the Arcata Plaza.
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The marchers circled the Arcata Plaza passing onlookers attending the farmers market.
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Octavian Safford, who was sitting in the bed of his truck on the Arcata Plaza, joined in with Bandemonium by shaking his maracas.
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NPA sophomore Thea Lamers, center, records one of the speakers on a cell phone.
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Ronnie and Sharyn Swartz watch the speakers before marching to the Arcata Plaza on Saturday. Their daughter Eva was one of the student speakers at the event.
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Arcata City Council Member Sofia Pereira addressed the crowd and talked about a firearm storage ordinance the council and students had worked on to help reduce gun violence.
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Madeline Lankarani spoke during the event and was one of the organizers of last year's March For Our Lives.
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Eureka City Council Member Leslie Castellano was one of the speakers.
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Arcata City Council Member Sofia Pereira and Humboldt County Supervisor spoke while marching to the Arcata Plaza.
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The marchers headed down Eighth Street toward the Arcata Plaza.
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A marcher waves a peace flag.
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Around 100 peopled gathered at the old creamery building in Arcata for the second annual March For Our Lives, an event put on my high school students hoping to end gun violence in the U.S.

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