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August 29, 2013by Liz MurphyThis post comes from Adonia E. Lugo, a member of the League's Equity Advisory Council and a Doctoral Candidate in Anthropology at the University of California, Irvine. Yesterday, on the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, the Secretary of Transportation, Anthony Foxx, wrote a blog post on transportation and opportunity, in light of this special commemoration. In the post below, Lugo...
August 26, 2013by Carolyn SzczepanskiTexas state Senator Rodney Ellis, a major cycling enthusiast and one of the nation's most bike-friendly state legislators, was in D.C. for the March on Washington this weekend — and we were only too honored to take a ride with him to some of the city's key civil rights sites.
May 31, 2013by Carolyn SzczepanskiIn honor of National Bike Month, we’re spotlighting how bicycles are tools for personal empowerment, social justice and community development with our “Where the Ride Takes Us” web series. Looking through some of the awesome stories and groups in the series made me want take you on an example of a Red, Bike and Green “Community Ride” to show why our motto is “It’s Bigger than Bikes.”
May 29, 2013by Carolyn SzczepanskiCross-posted by the League and Sierra Club