100920 Better Cities

Nick and Don talk with Alexandria Contreras, candidate for Downey City Council District One (https://www.alexfordowney.com/). She’s working to unseat the pro-freeway Mayor of Downey, and speaks about the injustice (environmental, economic, and racial) of Metro and Caltrans’ planned removal of 200 homes to widen the 605 freeway. With LA Streetsblog editor Joe Linton.
Then-a rousing discussion about bike-related entries in the Better Cities Film Festival, open through 10/11 at https://bcff2020.eventive.org/welcome.
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Yolanda T. Davis-Overstreet interviews Adé Neff, founder of Ride On! Bike Shop/Co-Op, a full-service worker-owned bike shop directly in the heart of South LA’s Leimert Park in her latest edition of We The People-Black Lives Roll ‘En.