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How We Ride: Cycling and Social Justice in the Black Community

February 23, 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

When we created SPOKE SERIES late last year, our aim was to make space for important conversations between bike lovers, street users, and change makers. With that in mind, you won’t want to miss our next session:

We’re honored to be hosting Lena Tibebe (Founder and Leader of 2020’s landmark Ride to DC, as well as our newest Board Member) and Andrew Bennett (Founder and CEO of Good Co. Bike Club LLC) as they lead a discussion on the role of the Black cycling community in the fight for racial equity and transformative social justice. Spots for this event are limited—sign up now!

Lena Tibebe is an Ethiopian-born, Michigan raised educator and cycling enthusiast. Inspired to incite change in her community, she has found a permanent home in the NYC Public School System as an ESL teacher and as a beloved leader of Ride to DC. The ride recognizing the existence and significance of Black lives in America by raising awareness, increasing accessibility, and cultivating a culture of diversity in the cycling community. “Let us bike on till victory is won.”

Details

Date:
February 23
Time:
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
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Website:
https://www.bike.nyc/spoke-series/

Venue

Zoom
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Organizer

Bike New York
Website:
http://bike.nyc