Andreas Günther was born in Dresden and grew up in the town of Ilmenau in Thuringia, Germany. Before becoming Executive Director of...READ MORE
Born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Claudette joined the RLS–NYC team in 2014. She holds a BS in accounting and a Master of Business...READ MORE
Born in Harlem, NY, Kazembe received his B.A. in Philosophy from Hunter College. From 2007 to 2013, he was the Education/Outreach...READ MORE
Aaron Eisenberg was born in New York City. Before joining RLS-NYC, he worked as a Senior Program Development Officer at Cultural...READ MORE
Caitlin Crowe was born in San Francisco, California, and joined the RLS–NYC team in 2018. She studied Social Anthropology at the...READ MORE
In the wake of the George Floyd protests, access to quality public transportation, mobility and racial justice have intersected in profound ways. While the car remains a symbol of individual freedom in the United States, for African Americans the reverse is true. Black motorists are more likely to be pulled over by the police than white motorists, increasing the likelihood of violent interactions.
Black, Indigenous and communities of color tend......
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