January 19, 2019 / Stockton, California


Our Story


'“On January 21, 2017, people of all backgrounds—women and men and gender nonconforming people, young and old, of diverse faiths, differently abled, immigrants and indigenous—came together, 5 million strong, on all seven continents of the world. We were answering a call to show up and be counted as those who believe in a world that is equitable, tolerant, just and safe for all, one in which the human rights and dignity of each person is protected and our planet is safe from destruction. Grounded in the nonviolent ideology of the Civil Rights movement, the Women’s March was the largest coordinated protest in U.S. history and one of the largest in world history.” — Women’s March

Women’s March COMES TO Stockton

A group of community organizers in Stockton originally wanted to produce a local Women’s March in January 2018. The nearest demonstration would be held in Sacramento, about 50 miles away, and we knew that barriers such as cost, transportation, childcare, etc. would make it difficult for people from all backgrounds to participate. However, we found that it would take a great deal of planning, coordination and (frankly) money to pull off an event of this kind. Instead, we worked together to organize a delegation to the Sacramento Women’s March. More than 100 people attended the demonstration and Stockton made its voice heard at the California Capitol.

This year, we are bringing the Women’s March to Stockton, California. Will you show up?

Click to download the official poster in English!

Click to download the official poster in English!

Click to download the official poster in Spanish!

Click to download the official poster in Spanish!



Hear our voices




9:00 AM Arrive at Eden Park
9:30 AM Begin to March
9:40 AM Arrive at MLK Plaza
9:45 AM Visit with Partners at Expo
10:00 AM Kick-off Rally
12:00 PM Rally ends
12:15 PM Clean up begins!

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Blocks of rooms have been reserved at the University Plaza Waterfront Hotel for those who may need overnight accommodations on January 18, 2019. To receive the group courtesy rate, please contact the hotel front desk and use the code MARCH to reserve your room.

University Plaza Waterfront hotel

110 W Fremont St
Stockton, CA
(877) 957-2378



VOLUNTEER at the march

We could not have held this march without the support of our community and
we look forward to building Women’s March Stockton in the future.



Logistics Victoria Felt
Zuleima Flores Abid
External Affairs/Social Media
Tashante McCoy-Ham
Kenyia Reed
Liz Clark/Latisha Thompson/Renisha Miles
Jasmine Leek

Email stocktonywtf@gmail.com to learn more!

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We are committed to building and supporting the Women’s March movement:



Nominations have closed for Women’s March Stockton 2019.
Back in December, Women's March Stockton sought nominations
for community speakers for the post-march rally.
We were looking for those who had an inspiring story
or important message to share.
We can’t wait for you to meet them on January 19th as we make history!
The full lineup:


Sacred land acknowledgment - Rev. Amanda Ford | Take Care Give Care, Tashante McCoy Ham | The OWL Movement, Zuleima Flores Abid | Stockton Younger Women's Task Force, Chris Garrison | Stockton Powwow Committee

Welcome and Introduction - Jasmine Leek | Stockton Younger Women's Task Force

Community Speaker 1 - Stockton Poet Laureate Tama Brisbane | With Our Words, Presented by Elder Toni McNeil | Faith in the Valley

Community Speaker 2 - CaseyAnn Carbonell | Empowering Marginalized Asian Communities, Presented by Elaine Barut | Little Manila Rising

Dynamic Duet - Shani Richards & Nicole Lorenz

Community Speaker 3 - Yovanna Bravo | Stockton Women Rise Up, Presented by Zuleima Flores Abid | Stockton Younger Women's Task Force

Youth Dance Performance - "Girls Empowered"

Community Speaker 4 - Jazmarie LaTour | The River Open Mic, Presented by Stockton Poet Laureate Tama Brisbane | With Our Words

Community Speaker 5 - Lupita Nicole | Alianza Latina Valle Central, Presented by Tashante McCoy-Ham | The OWL Movement

Community Speaker 6 - Kim Warmsley | KWTTS, Presented by Ariyan Miller | Entrepreneur

Community Speaker 7: Missyrae Magdalera

Final Speaker - Stockton First Lady Anna Nti-Asare Tubbs, Presented by Kristen Spracher-Birtwhistle | United Way of San Joaquin County, The Eleanor Project

Closing & Thank You - Women's March Stockton Planning Team



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