A Piece of the Pie

Intro with Taylor Nichols, LA City District 5 Bicycle Advisory Committee Representative.

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Bike Strike: Alejandra Rios and Nick Stewart-Bloch, University of California at Los Angeles academic workers, on the use of the bicycle as an organizing tool in their ongoing labor strike.

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Bike Club Grads: Edwin and Ryan, members of the recently founded Reid Middle school bike club, on its first semester.

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Great Car Free Highway: San Francisco’s Great Highway will be closed to cars on weekends and holidays until at least 2025. San Francisco advocates Luke Bornheimer and Heidi Moseson discuss with SF Bike Talk host Stacey Randecker.

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Keep It Car-Free: a song by John Elliot.

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World Bike: Research & Advocacy Manager of BYCS, Lucas Snajje, on the Amsterdam-based global NGO supporting community-led urban change through cycling.

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Crisis and Opportunity: How the Orange Line shutdown in Boston last September made bike commuters out of ordinary people; an archived segment from the WMBR Cambridge, Massachusetts Bike Talk hosted by Galen Mook, Executive Director of the Massachusetts Bicycle Coalition. With Alexander Shames, Community Organizer of the Boston Cyclists Union, and Jonah Chiarenza, Executive Director of Bike To The Sea.

Editing by Kevin Burton.
Closing Song, “Bike,” by Mal Webb.
Interstitial music, “Just Moving,” by Don Ward.
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