With more than 130 participants from across the country, the Untokening included candid discussions about street safety, displacement/gentrification, community engagement and culture, which will be collectively edited and distilled into position statements to be shared in early 2017. Conversations also included identifying the "elephants in the room" in mainstream mobility advocacy settings. Stay tuned for more outputs in coming months!

The Untokening included multiple events, including a full-day convening, a discussion on "Race, Place & Justice" and a social ride with Civil Bikes. Photos below by Argenis Apolinario.

"Race, Place & Justice"

Race, Place and Justice discussion

The Untokening

The Untokening: Convening for Just Streets & Communities


The USA Streetsies: Looking Back at the Best and Worst of 2016, Streetsblog USA, Angie Schmitt, 12/30/16

Black Leaders Discuss Their Efforts to Promote Equity in Mobility Advocacy, Streetsblog Chicago, Jean Khut, 12/1/16

Transportation Advocates of Every Color Just Met at "The Untokening," Better Bike Share,  Stefani Cox, 11/18/16

Putting Community at the Center of Mobility Equity, Next City, Adonia Lugo, Naomi Doerner, Carolyn Szczepanski, 11/3/16

Justice-Oriented Mobility Advocates to “Untokenize” Active Transportation Movement at November Convening, Streetsblog LA, Sahra Sulaiman, 9/20/16