Why are bike lanes such heated symbols of gentrification?

At a tense D.C. meeting over a proposed bike lane last month, one cycling advocate seemingly tried to add legitimacy to her argument by declaring that she had lived in the city for eight years. Bike lane opponents — mainly congregants of a prominent D.C. via The Washington Post I just had a conversation about the cultural […]

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Bastards of the Reagan Era

I was flipping through the radio channels on my way home from a community meeting, and I was so humbled to stumble upon this radio interview with R. Dwayne Betts. I met Dwayne through my older sister while I was a senior in high school. As I got more engaged in juvenile justice issues, I […]

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