Podcast: Transportation Work Is Anti-Oppression Work

Editor's Note:

Diane Solomon brings us the powerful share Tamika Butler presented at Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition where her personal story illustrates why transportation work is anti-oppression work.

Transportation equity? Bicycle Justice?

Heck yeah!  Transportation and bicycling advocates are working to bring diversity, equity and inclusion of the unserved to the bicycle movement, but it’s new terrain and they have a lot of work to do.

Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition, Radio KKUP’s Bike Life Radio Program, and Silicon Valley De-Bug welcome you to our podcast. It features a talk that Tamika Butler gave at Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition’s 2017 Bike Summit. Tamika addresses diversity, equity and inclusion in the bicycle movement and she frames transportation work as anti-oppression work. 

Tamika Butler is the Executive director of the Los Angeles Neighborhood Land Trust and is the former director of the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition. Shiloh Ballard is the executive Director of Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition. SVBC leads San Mateo County and Santa Clara County’s bicycle advocacy work. Shiloh talks about her work and introduces Tamika.



For more information about the Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition or Commercial Free Radio KKUP, please visit our websites: https://bikesiliconvalley.org.   http://www.kkup.org

Special thanks to Mr. Joey "Cello Joe" Chang for his amazing song “Bike Girl”, which opened and closed today’s program. You can find Cello Joe on Facebook, on Twitter @cellojoe and online at http://www.cellojoe.com/ .

Thanks to Diane Solomon, who produced and narrated this program and took the photo of Tamika and Shiloh.

 

 

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