Freedom March in Redding

People gathered in Redding Friday night to stand in solidarity and make their voices heard.

Posted: May 30, 2020 11:25 AM
Updated: Jun 1, 2020 9:58 AM

REDDING, Calif. - People gathered in Redding Friday night to stand in solidarity and make their voices heard.

A lot of people in Redding attended the march of freedom Friday night and organizers said "this march is meant to be a peaceful"

People dressed in black started the march at the MLK center and they made their way down court street chanting "I can't breath" and "no justice no peace". The march ended in front of city hall. 

One person said she came out to show support "I want to march to also let Redding know that we are watching you too. We can march peacefully and get the word over."

A few police cars were seen patrolling the area, but for the most part, the march stayed pretty peaceful.

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