Virtual Celebration for BIPOC Folks in the Outdoors + Landmark Environmental Justice Bill Introduced in Congress

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  • March 25, 2021
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Photo by Adam Andres Pawlikiewicz Mesa (@adamonthego on Instagram)
Photo of Ayesha McGowan (right) on a ride with Black Foxes cycling group in Durango, Colorado, USA

Virtual Celebration for BIPOC cyclists in the Outdoors

The first African-American female professional road racer, Ayesha McGowan, is launching her inaugural Thee Abundance Summit this Friday, March 26-27. As an advocate for people of color in cycling, the virtual event aligns with McGowan’s work in diversity and inclusion by bringing together and celebrating BIPOC in the outdoors. According to the event, this “is for, by, and about Black and Brown folks, though everyone is welcome and invited to attend.” 

“I think it’s absolutely necessary that I host a celebration of joy,” McGowan said in a press release. “All too often we are only invited to share our pain, our struggles, and our sorrows. This is a space where we, as Black and

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