PROGRAM 3: Cycle For Change shorts / The Street Project

400pm - Sunday, November 6

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Presented by Transportation Alternatives

These stories highlight the change makers, the advocates, and the activists who are pushing the bike movement forward in their communities. Followed by the feature film, The Street Project.

With Anna Melendez, Manhattan Organizer at Transportation Alternatives.

THE BLACK FOXES Dir. B. Monet ⎮ USA 15min. The Black Foxes is an international collective of Black cyclists reclaiming the freedom and joy of the outdoors.

YOU CAN’T DO IT ALONE Dir. Brady Lawrence ⎮ USA 12min. Olympian and queer cyclist, Lea Davison tackles the infamous 200-mile Unbound Gravel Race, proving that you don’t have to choose between who you love and the sport you love. 

AS WE HAVE ALWAYS DONE Dir. Kiki Ong ⎮ USA 15min. A showcase of cycling stories that revolve around mobility justice, racial justice, and liberation. 

THE STREET PROJECT Dir. Jennifer Boyd ⎮ USA 52min. A view of the global, citizen-led fight to make our streets safer while giving a realtime look at human behavior on our streets. An array of experts including street historian Peter Norton, city planner Jeff Speck, urban design expert Mikael Colville-Andersen, legendary cycling advocate Dulcie Canton, and more dig deep into the root causes of traffic violence. 

TriBeCa Synagogue

49 White Street
New York, NY 10013