BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KGET) — The Kern County Women’s March navigated around the pandemic going virtual with its event this year.
Natesha Johnson, a presenter during the event, said Saturday was about empathy, courage and hope. “As we move forward as a nation, let’s guide our hearts and minds as a nation. It’s a new day full of possibilities,” she said.
The fourth annual event featured live music and speakers ranging from emerging youth leaders to a practicing attorney. Themes ranged from identity to politics, mental health and more.
The event aimed at promoting empowerment for women in the community.
You can watch the virtual event below: