Arrested mobility: Limits on Black mobility in the U.S.
This talk will highlight the adverse social, political, economic, and health impacts of racial disparities in transportation and mobility. We will explore the ways in which our research, planning, policy, and street design can and must be reimagined. Doing so will help us achieve greater mobility, health, and quality of life for Black Bostonians. Charles Brown will be joined by Elijah Evans of Bikes Not Bombs and Courtney Jacobovits, resident of Jamaica Plain, for a discussion after his presentation.Join either day: About the T-Talks:
These talks are focused on those who live in the Mattapan, Dorchester, Roxbury, and Hyde Park areas as well as those who identify as Black, Indigenous, Person of Colour (BIPOC) although all are invited. The goal of the T-Talks is to help more people understand the importance of transportation, street changes, and the connection to their own lives.
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