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Health issues like diabetes, COVID 19, chronic stress, and heart disease disproportionately affect Black women, and Terri Barnes is taking action to heal and strengthen minds, bodies, and souls. With classes ranging from yoga to African Dance to bicycling, Black Women Get Fit creates a culture of active living by and for Black women. Join […]
The World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims is an international event honoring the millions of lives lost in traffic violence around the world, and to acknowledge the suffering of the victims, families, and communities affected. Watch the conversation with Amy Cohen about honoring those we’ve lost by taking action to make our streets safer […]
Biking felt easy this summer, when warm breezes tickled your bare arms and the road was clear under your tires. But now that the weather has turned, it’s becoming harder to find the joy in two-wheeled adventure. Maybe you’re even considering stabling your bike until Spring. Before you give in to a season of slippers […]
Kansas City, like much of the nation, has grappled with what it means to create public spaces which protect Black and Brown people. For BikeWalkKC, part of that discussion has included a push to decriminalize walking and biking. But what does that mean, and how would it work for our community? In this info session, […]
What have we learned over the last year, and how can we apply it to our communities? This pandemic launched a Bike Boom and spurred outdoor recreation trends. It has changed our perceptions of what is public space and how should we use it. Join us for a look at national and local data pertaining […]
The KCMO Public Improvements Advisory Committee wants to fund improvements in your community! Do people drive too fast through your neighborhood? Does the local park need more places to sit and rest? Would a bioswale improve stormwater drainage on your block? The City of Kansas City, Missouri wants to hear what projects matter to you […]
What does it mean to be a Bicycle-Friendly Business? How can welcoming bicyclists make a positive impact on local businesses and shops? Michael Kelley makes the case for enhanced employee health benefits, improved neighborhood connections, and increased monthly sales. This is a great session for people who work at a local business seeking to attract […]
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