Over the weekend, a crowd of people gathered at the Norton house on Third in Kotzebue. From there, they walked toward Rainbow Park, turned right and continued on to Front Street.
As they walked, drivers stopped their cars to watch the people pass, many of whom had red handprints across their mouths, and carried signs and photos of a young woman.
"It was very emotional once we started to walk and once we started to see more people out on the road pulling over, pulling out their phones for video and pictures," Roberta Sampson said. "It kind of just hit you a little harder."