Pride 2015 

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Mark Larson
Humboldt Pride Grand Marshal Sister Juana Little of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence led the 23rd annual Humboldt Pride Parade in Old Town, Eureka on Saturday, Sept. 12 and later received the Outstanding Individual Award at the Festival in Halvorsen Park.
Mark Larson
"We Are Queer History" was the theme for the parade and festival.
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Sue Lee Mossman and several others from the Humboldt Unitarian Universalist Congregation carried a message of love and support.
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Marcus Schaible and Tina Tvedt, of Eureka, pilot their human-powered sculpture Flaming Farmers.
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Large crowds gathered in Old Town along with shutterbug Mark Lovelace.
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Romi Hitchcock-Tinseth and Gren Tinseth, of Arcata, showed their support by marching in matching message T-shirts.
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Adrienne Wohlfeil, of Fortuna, and Amanda Gard, of Arcata were fabulous.
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Grecia Alfaro (left) and Meg Bezak, both of Arcata, join Sister Juana Little for a photo op.
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The Flaming Farmers light it up.
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Sister Grinnan Barette and Sister Muse Protection flank Grand Marshal Sister Juana Little.
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Sarah Isaacs-Mayers, of Loleta, and her dog Hobo help carry a message of support.
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Dora Ford, of Eureka, carries "Embrace diversity" and other messages of support from the United Church of Christ.
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People of all ages, including Monica Topping, of Eureka, and her 3-year-old son, Alton, marched toward the festival.
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Samba da Alegria provided the rhythm for the parade.
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Samba da Alegria welcomed parade goers to Halvorsen Park, where the party really got started.
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Grand Marshal Sister Juana Little's look was flawless.
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The Flaming Farmers light it up.

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