Local Groups

Gaston Grassroots

We are a group of women that get together on a monthly basis to provide a safe space to learn about, discuss, and take action on the local political trends we are concerned with. NC is 9th in the country with the most books banned or challenged at local levels, as measured by the American Library Association, so this is our primary focus. We also try to help with LGBTQ+ issues, Reproductive Rights, BLM issues, Voting and of course everything in between. We would love to have you! Find updates on the NC Red Wine & Blue FaceBook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/redwinebluenorthcarolina
19 Members
Laura Fellows

Good Trouble MoCo MD

Our local group will connect people in our community who want to work with others who have concerns for the future of democracy in this country. We want to have open dialogs and bring attention to the rise of bigotry and fascism that we've seen as people seek to ban books and whitewash history. We're open to anyone who wants to join us and bring issues that we can take up on the local and state level to make an impact on a national level.
17 Members
Dawn Tanner

Good Trouble in Cary

Our local group is looking to connect people in the Triangle with other like-minded folks in an effort to share ideas and activities to support democracy, public schools, LGBTQ+ rights, anti-racism, reproductive rights, and gun safety.
16 Members
Katie Gartrell Rodriguez

Making Good Trouble in Metro Detroit

Our local group will connect women in our community who want to work with others who share their values to protect democracy on the local, state and national levels.
16 Members
Debbie Pinnell

Good Troublemakers - St Louis Squad (Missouri)

Missouri needs a lot of help between now and the 2024 election and if you are ready to roll up your sleeves and join us, you're in the right place! High on our list of priorities is helping Lucas Kunce oust Josh Hawley to help maintain the majority in the U.S. Senate. We'd like to reach people in the St Louis area to brainstorm ways to get started.
14 Members
Lisa Ward
Jenny Anderson

Rockin Blue on the Eastside

We're going to encourage ourselves and those we know and love to get a little bit louder about fighting the extremists that are plaguing this nation.
13 Members
Alex Remon

Red Wine & Blue: North Carolina

We are a sisterhood working to change the world together, one suburb at a time. Red Wine & Blue provides everything women need to successfully organize in their communities and beyond. Want to get stuff done and have fun along the way? Join us. www.facebook.com/groups/redwinebluenorthcarolina Suburban women are busy as hell. We do not believe you have to be a political activist to do your part. We believe in meeting you where you are and then moving where we want to go together. We are more than just a Facebook group and have organizers on the ground in North Carolina to work with you! Contact us at [email protected] Janice, Program Director Renee, Deputy Director
13 Members
North Carolina Red Wine & Blue

SWEEP Nebraska

Welcome to the state-level group of SWEEP by Red Wine & Blue for Nebraska. SWEEP stands for Suburban Women – Engaged, Empowered, and Pissed! This is a safe (and brave!) space for all individuals who embrace inclusivity and reject hate and extremism. SWEEP Nebraska is open to all like-minded individuals looking to learn, organize, and band together across this state. Most of our group's discussion and organizing will take place on our Facebook page. Follow this link to join: https://www.facebook.com/groups/sweepnebraska
13 Members
Meagen Rockenbach
Jolene Combs

High Country Activism

Our group is committed to raising awareness for political and societal issues locally, statewide, and nationwide that impact the residents of the High Country.
12 Members
Carrie Street
Cathy Williamson

A2 Activists GoBlue

A2 Activists GoBlue is an Ann Arbor group dedicated to helping each other find meaningful, impactful ways to combat extremism, amid the demands of daily life. Tired of wringing our hands over the onslaught of scary news, from abortion and book bans to school shootings, hate crimes, voting restrictions, and irresponsible climate legislation, we came together in 2021 and decided to stop simply worrying and take action. We aim to foster a safe environment for ourselves and our communities, autonomy over our bodies, and inclusivity. Together, we found achievable steps we could take while juggling careers and families, and now, we hope to share opportunities to get involved with more local progressives. The members of A2 Activists GoBlue are tired, we’re fed up—but we’re not giving up.
12 Members
Melissa Pilewskie