Black & Brown Unity Ride

Meet up: YEC Block Party 12:00

Ride out: 2:00pm

Destination: Watts Labor & Community Action Center
109th Street & Central

Ovarian Psycos, East Side Riders, and Black Kids on Bikes decided to do this ride in collaboration with each other not only to bring cyclists of color together but to also make folks aware of the October 22nd coalition protest against police brutality that is happening the day after the ride.

This ride is also about initiating a dialogue about black and brown relations – and how we can continue to find ways to collaborate and support each other.

There will be an ice breaker before and after the ride. Followed by a BBQ – potluck e-stilo!


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