Uncovering History & Nurturing Black Identity with Biking


Every city is rich in the contributions of African Americans, but that history is unexplored. When you think of a cyclist, who do you picture? Learn how a community of Black women is working to change perceptions of who bikes while visiting Civil Rights landmarks and exploring Black history through a tour of Austin on two wheels! Explore how movement and community enhance lifelong learning, the connection between history and place, and understanding of self.

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  1. You’ll hear how Black cyclists are uncovering their history.
  2. You’ll reflect on what it would take for you to investigate the greatness and contributions of Black Americans in your city.



Laura Troxel, Manager Of Communications, Leading Educators

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