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Online Workshop: Bike Lanes, Gentrification, and Anti-Blackness

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Monday, August 3, 2020 - 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm | Cost: FREE*
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“What does race have to do with biking?” is a common question we hear from white folks in the biking community, often followed by, “Stick to bikes.” We have a long way to go to understanding the intersectionality of race and biking.

As an organization fighting for safe, just, and livable streets, we must talk about race and take action for racial justice.

This panel of experts will discuss how anti-Black racism manifests in the biking community, in the SF Bicycle Coalition as an organization, and in urban planning practices here in the Bay Area.

Immediately following the panel discussion, there will be an optional opportunity to join a virtual, small-group discussion with other event attendees.

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