“We Are Traffic” Documentary Screening

A fascinating documentary which chronicles the
development and impact of the grassroots “Critical Mass” movement – the
testament to the fervent passion and social consciousness of the
bicycle activists in America. Open discussion after the screening. The
Library has personal listening devices for assisted amplification.
Please ask the projectionist before the film begins.

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