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Will Bicycle Infrastructure Gentrify My Hood?

12:39 PM PDT on October 18, 2014

Will Bicycle Infrastructure gentrify my hood?!

With all the recent discussions and debates regarding gentrification and displacement in our hoods -- we understand that that any new development in the hood may not benefit everyone and only a select few.

Come join the "Boyle Heights Prometor@s" and Multicultural Communities for Mobility as we discuss potential bicycle lanes on Soto Street and Boyle Avenue. Along with any questions and concerns and see how other communities, nationally and transnationally are putting Bicycle Infrastructure in their own hands!

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When:
Sunday, October 26th
2:00pm

Where:
The Ovarian Psyco-Cycles space:
La Concha
1214 E. 1st St.
Boyle Heights, 90033

*** Light snacks and refreshments will be provided! ***

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