WHAT WE'RE ABOUT
The Street Trust works in classrooms, on the streets, in city hall and the state legislature encouraging and advocating for safe and convenient walking, biking, and transit options.
Tune in on September 24th at 6 pm as The Street Trust celebrates 30 years and the Alice Awards! The Street Trust is adapting to the unprecedented challenges of COVID-19 by going virtual to help keep everyone safe. This year, we need your support more than ever to continue fighting for safe and equitable options for those who walk, bike, and ride public transit. It's FREE to attend!
Communications Director will have a great deal of freedom to develop and execute the communications strategy of the organization, and will have a voice in organizational decision making.
On Monday, Dijon Kizzee, a Black man, was riding his bike when he was stopped by two deputies in Los Angeles for violating some still unidentified provision of the vehicle code. While he was moving away from the two officers, at least 18 shots were fired at Dijon and he was killed at the scene. Dijon’s murder is only the latest of uncountably many tragic cases of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) being murdered by the police.
Congratulations, Tim H! Thank you to everyone who purchased a ticket(s). You helped us raise $20,000 that will directly support the work we are doing to make walking, biking, and taking public transit safe, convenient, and affordable.
Our hearts break for George Floyd, his family, friends, and the Black community. We stand with Breonna Taylor and her community, and Ahmaud Arbery and his. Existing safely in public spaces as a Black person is a transportation issue and, more importantly, a human right.
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