- Advocacy Through A Gender Lens
Barb Chamberlain, Washington Bikes
Laura Kling, Grease Rag
Rio-Jill Contreras, Multicultural Communities for Mobility
Maryann Aguirre, Ovarian Psyco-Cycles
Odessa Phillip, Women's Transportation Seminar Board Member; Assedo Consulting, President; Howard University Instructor
- When we advocate for bicycling through a gender lens, does it lead to big ideas or does it limit our thinking? Hear from women working to get more women on bikes on how and when to use gender to amplify your advocacy efforts.
- Women Bike has given us the green light to organize something around gender inclusivity and trans* voices next year. If you self-identify as queer or trans*, or someone in your organization does and they are interested in organizing an event, CONTACT US! Greaseragmpls@gmail.com Let's get radical.
- — Alex Krogh-Grabbe (@alexkg413)Tue, Mar 10 2015 17:18:00
- And yet...
- — WE Bike NYC (@WEBikeNYC)Tue, Mar 10 2015 16:47:40
- — Women Bike (@WomenBike)Tue, Mar 10 2015 16:51:05Sharing preferred gender pronouns and respecting them show solidarity people who might not identify the way you assume - @GreaseRagMpls
- — Black Girls Do Bike (@blackgrlsdobike)Tue, Mar 10 2015 17:01:03
- — Erick Huerta (@ElRandomHero)Tue, Mar 10 2015 16:58:45
- — Lillian Karabaic (@anomalily)Tue, Mar 10 2015 17:04:54
- — Let's Go Ride a Bike (@letsgorideabike)Tue, Mar 10 2015 17:04:06
- — Trailnet (@Trailnet)Tue, Mar 10 2015 17:23:18"allies" may let us off the hook too much. use accomplices to signify active strategizing with the marginalized. good idea #womenbike
- PREACH, RIO.
- — Women Bike (@WomenBike)Tue, Mar 10 2015 17:26:27
- — Janet Lafleur (@ladyfleur)Tue, Mar 10 2015 17:16:10
#womenbike #nbs15 Advocacy Through A Gender Lens
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