PHOTOS: Sunrise Eugene Hosts Student Walkout

On Feb. 4, Sunrise Eugene and the 4J Climate Justice Team hosted a student walkout that began at South Eugene High School. After getting set up, the group of roughly 250 students and organizers marched to Washburne Park for speeches. There, both Sunrise Eugene and Sunrise Corvallis endorsed Doyle Canning as their candidate for Oregon’s 4th congressional district.

  • A group of high school students. One girl, wearing a brown jacket and white face mask, faces the camera and holds a yellow lawn sign that reads "350Eugene Plug In to a Clean Future. Electrify!" Anothe student, wearing a blue sweatshirt and dark backpack faces away from the viewer.
  • A number of high school students stand on the grass in front of South Eugene High School. Many are holding yellow 350 Eugene signs.
  • A number of high school students stand on the grass in front of South Eugene High School. Many are holding yellow 350 Eugene signs. A cyclist wearing blue rides past them all in the foreground.
  • A sea of masked high school students and the various colors they're wearing stand in front of South Eugene High School. Behind them are the neighborhood's homes -- one of which is blue with white trim and the one next to it is brown.
  • Students march on the sidewalk in between green lawns. The person in the very front is wearing a white top and brown pants with a brown backpack. Their back is facing the camera and they're holding a megaphone, speaking to the crowd of students following them.
  • A seemingly neverending stream of high school students walk on the sidewalk towards Washburne Park. Several of them are holding Fossil Free Eugene lawn signs.
  • A speaker, wearing a green coat and reddish-brown pants speaks through a microhone towards the crowd. Behind them are a few people with signs. Across the street are homes and trees.
  • Doyle Canning, wearing a blue top and holding a clipboard that says "Doyle Canning" speaks through a microphone towards the crowd of high school students.
  • A ton of people sitting on the grass at Washburne Park. There are signs of various colors and sizes being held up. In the distance, there is a tree-line where the grass ends.

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