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Five Things the Bike Movement Can Do Now to Move Toward Racial Equity View

Five Things the Bike Movement Can Do Now to Move Toward Racial Equity

The bike movement wants to create a world in which everyone can bike and walk—for the health of the planet and the health of communities. The movement is right to be thinking about which communities have the ability to bike and walk and which do not; this is part of a conversation about equity, and it’s absolutely the right conversation for them to achieve their vision.

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Justice for Eric Garner and What We Must Do Together

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Five Things the Bike Movement Can Do Now to Move Toward Racial Equity

The bike movement wants to create a world in which everyone can bike and walk—for the health of the planet and the health of communities. The movement is right to be thinking about which communities have the ability to bike and walk and which do not; this is part of a conversation about equity, and it’s absolutely the right conversation for them to achieve their vision.

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Five Things the Bike Movement Can Do Now to Move Toward Racial Equity View

Four Things Starbucks Can Do to Get Race Right

Starbucks campaign #RaceTogether is a gesture of goodwill. But does the campaign go far enough? Does it help us get to racial equity?

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Four Things Starbucks Can Do to Get Race Right View

Bridging the Divide 50 Years After Selma

Sitting in the pews at New Shiloh Baptist for the 50th anniversary of Blood Sunday in Selma, Alabama, I was deeply touched by the words of Atlanta’s Reverend Timothy McDonald. Rev. McDonald’s words were markedly different from the narrative I heard during the anniversary celebration from many other now elders/then young people about the laziness, miseducation and purposelessness of the current generation.

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