Southern Humboldt’s Women Stand for Solidarity
Layne Murrish, who captured the images for this story, said that event began at 1 p.m. on Church Street. The event-goers stood along Redwood Drive rather than march. “Smoking Caterpiller had music playing almost the whole time,” she said.
Nicole Devine created a large art piece that was placed in the center of the crosswalk. “She set up in the middle of the road and people drove around it,” Murrish explained. Towards the end of the event, participants gathered in the crosswalk with the art piece for a series of photographs.
“Traffic was very cooperative and drove around us,” Murrish added. “It was nice energy.”