July 27 on FM: Driving & Bus Riders Union

Hosted by Ariana Manov & Susan Kraker

In the aftermath of the much-hyped “Carmaggedon”, what makes bus riding a feminist issue? Can car-privileged Angelenos quit driving when we come to the intersections of race, class, environment, and especially gender on our troubled roads? Barbara Lott-Holland and Esperanza Martinez bring us strategies from the Bus Riders Union and we open the phones at (818) 985-5735 for your questions and comments.

That’s Wednesday night at 7:00. This is what feminism sounds like!

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(left: Barbara Lott-Holland; center: Bus Riders Union; left: Esperanza Martinez)

One Response to “July 27 on FM: Driving & Bus Riders Union”

  1. Thank you so much for this program! I’ve been reliant on public transport for most of my life, and those who use cars really don’t have any idea what it’s like. For me, the worst part has been being exposed to intense sexual harassment. Thankfully, groups fighting street harassment are starting to pop up.