Vigil for Missing, Murdered Indigenous People 

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Kris Nagel
Aliyah Brooks holds a candle at the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Peoples rally at the federal building in Fortuna on Wednesday, Oct.
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Ronnie (left) and Lydia (right) Hostler came from Mendocino County to support the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Peoples rally at the federal building in Fortuna on Oct. 7. Their granddaughter, Khadijah Britton, was murdered and her case is still unsolved.
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Megan Crutchfield (left), Taina Nelson (center), and Toh-tet (right) stand, holding a banner that reads, “We want justice,” at the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Peoples rally at the federal building in Fortuna on Oct. 7.
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A crowd of demonstrators stands on the sidewalk in front of the federal building in Fortuna calling for justice for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Peoples on Oct. 7.
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Yvonne Guido (left) and Wakara Scott (right) stand holding signs reading “We need answers!” and “No more stolen sisters,” respectively at the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Peoples rally at the federal building in Fortuna on Wednesday, Oct. 7.
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8855: Wendi Lamberson stands with a sign reading, “Justice for Tawny May,” at the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Peoples rally at the federal building in Fortuna on Oct. 7.
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A young demonstrator holds a candle at the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Peoples rally at the federal building in Fortuna on Oct.7.
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Manuel Frank holds a sign reading, “Justice for Tawny May,” at the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Peoples rally at the federal building in Fortuna on Oct. 7.
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Jeremiah Anderson holds a sign reading, “Justice fo Nick vigil,” at the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Peoples rally at the federal building in Fortuna on Wednesday, Oct. 7.
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Makailia Lamberson (right) Donte Lamberson (left) pose at the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Peoples rally at the federal building in Fortuna on Wednesday, Oct. 7. The Lambersons are cousins.
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Kris Nagel
Makailia Lamberson (right) Donte Lamberson (left) pose at the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Peoples rally at the federal building in Fortuna on Wednesday, Oct. 7. The Lambersons are cousins.

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