Green Transportation Re-Imagined

  • July 7, 2021 6:45 – 9:00 pm CT

How can we plan for safe, reliable and environmentally-sustainable transit that is accessible to all regardless of income, national origin, race, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, religion, or ability? Why should we have a transportation policy that emphasizes the use of mass transit and alternatives to the automobile and truck and air travel for transport? Why should we have a major public investment in mass transportation, so that such systems are cheap or free to the public and are safe, and accessible to all? What are the most ecologically sound forms of transportation that minimize pollution and maximize efficiency?

Hear from ...

Gwen Moore: Curator of Urban Landscape and Community Identity at the Missouri Historical Society focusing on race, ethnicity, race relations and social justice issues in St. Louis. Gwen has been associated with the Society since 1998 working as a researcher, community programmer and oral historian. Her current area of research focuses on urban renewal and its destructive impact on communities of color.

Jerome Bauer: Jerome Bauer ran for public office nine times in the last decade as a Green, most recently for St Louis President of the Board of Aldermen (2019), Missouri Governor (2020) and St Louis Mayor as a write in candidate (2021).

John George Bauer-Buis: Earned a bachelor's degree from Northern Illinois University in Computer Science, a minor in Spanish, and several certifications related to computer networking and security. He will speak about the history of rail travel, his love since age 3.

Romona Taylor Williams: African-American environmentalist currently living in Mississippi, Romona is a seasoned community and economic development practitioner, activist and community organizer. She co-founded the North Side Community Benefits Alliance and the Metropolitan St. Louis Coalition for Inclusion and Equity (M-SLICE).

David Henry: longtime activist for pedestrian rights, walkable communities and climate change. He helped start a pedestrian advocacy organization called Walkable St. Louis about 15 years ago which launched walk-to-school programs.

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Additional speakers:

Richard Schaffer, Tony Saper, Howie Hawkins, Elaine Enyard, Dennis Gallie, Don Fitz, and Audience Q and A.

For More Information:
Cris – 314-495-8006

  • July 07, 2021 at 6:45pm – 8:45pm
  • Gateway Green Alliance

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  • david doonan
    published this page in Calendar 2021-07-07 10:09:53 -0400