Love in Motion


Love in Motion (formerly Live the Revolution) is the annual storytelling event for The Street Trust. Formally known as Live the Revolution, Love in Motion continues the tradition of storytelling by community leaders who share their love for biking, walking, and riding public transit. The evening will have you laughing, and you may even shed a tear from these amazingly heartfelt stories. 

Date: February 7, 2020

Location: Alberta Abbey, 126 NE Alberta, Portland, OR

Time: 6:30pm - 9:30pm

Food and drink available for purchase


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Jackie Yerby
Jackie Yerby, active transportation advocate

Jackie is a long-time social justice advocate and is the Deputy Health Policy Advisor for Governor Kate Brown. Until she started working in Salem and had to buy a Prius, she was a car-free multi-modal active transportation user: biking, walking and taking transit.

Mike Clark
Mike Clark, bike safety instructor

Mike’s love of bike riding exploration started with mountain bikes while growing up in Pennsylvania. An avid mountain biker, he has explored much, but nowhere near enough, of the Pacific Northwest woods during his almost thirty years as an Oregonian. He generally prefers the quiet of dirt to the noise of asphalt. Over the last decade, Mike has also become an enthusiastic, if not fast, bike racer.

Cameron Whitten
Cameron Whitten, Portland's Q Center

Cameron (all pronouns) is a proud queer and black activist who has lived in Portland since 2009. Ze first arrived in Portland as a homeless youth and later became a prominent community advocate, storyteller, and civic entrepreneur. Ze has almost a decade of leadership with nonprofit, civic, and political causes, such as Occupy Portland, Know Your City, and Portland’s Resistance.

Ashley Henry
Ashley Henry, Business for Better Portland

Ashley is the Executive Director for Business for a Better Portland and leads the organization’s efforts to engage Portland’s business leaders in the civic processes that shape the direction of the city. She is passionate about ensuring that our community’s business leaders are connected with strategic opportunities to bring greater shared prosperity to all Portlanders. Just five months after launching BBPDX, the organization was recognized by the Portland Business Journal as one of the region’s Top 25 Chambers of Commerce. Ashley was also personally named as “One of 18 To Watch in 2018” by the Portland Business Journal.

Leah Benson, Gladys Bikes
Leah Benson, Gladys Bikes (Emcee)

Leah is the Founder and Owner of Gladys Bikes, a women-focused, gender-inclusive bike shop in Portland, OR. Prior to opening Gladys Bikes, Leah worked as a community organizer, event manager, and sexual health educator, which is one reason why she's probably said labia more times in her bike shop than any other shop in the country.

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