Women’s March Redding



Women’s March Mission

The Redding Women’s March has drawn hundreds of participants each year since 2017.  The mission of the Women’s March is to harness the political power of diverse women and their communities to create transformative social change.
For more information on the mission & principles,
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About Us

The Redding Women’s March planning group grew from one person (in 2017 – with one week to plan!) to an active group of diverse community members committed to being more inclusive and bringing a venue for people to come together in respect and hope.
In 2017 we were surprised to have more than 200 people attend; for many of us, the most meaningful part of that event was seeing how others in our community felt the way we did and were willing to work to develop a community that respects women, welcomes strangers, celebrates differences, and cares for the earth. Since that time, we have spread out into the community to register voters, lead and participate in multi-cultural events, advocate for the underserved, and openly discuss the values for which we march annually.

Our Values

March Info

2022 Women’s March Redding

Since 2017, Women’s March Redding has offered an annual space for all women and allies to gather in solidarity towards goals of equal rights, racial and reproductive justice, and economic empowerment. We discovered our strength in numbers we didn’t know possible here in the North State and have built lasting relationships and networks that extend beyond the annual march.
It is in the interest of those lasting relationships and our dedication to our communities that we are choosing not to march in January 2022. We made this decision while facing another COVID-19 surge with our collective and individual commitment to being a movement, not just a moment of action.
Every year we face challenges to reproductive rights, equitable pay, and collective liberation. We have continued to meet those challenges through our efforts supporting other local groups and organizations at the front lines of providing women’s healthcare and equitable support. While we aren’t planning an event for the traditional Women’s March Day, we will be planning COVID-safe events throughout the year – opportunities to give, to learn, and to grow together.
Please stay engaged and informed via our Facebook page ; we look forward to seeing you healthy and happy in 2022!


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Volunteer Opportunities

The Redding Women’s March Planning group appreciates your interest in helping make this event happen!  We are looking for volunteers for pre-march table planning and organization, day-of donation rallying, post-march trash sweep, loans of megaphones, and many other things.  If you’d like to help out, please send us your information via the form below, and we’ll make sure it gets to the right person.  Thank you for being a light in the north state!