Social Justice Mural Bike Tour

Join other bicyclists for a survey of more than a dozen murals addressing a variety of social issues. We’ll look at the art, the politics and the neighborhood issues, and we’ll examine public art organizing techniques, stories from your favorite murals, and the complex issues of expressing justice themes through art.

We’ll cover easy territory from the Mission District to the Castro with no steep hills.

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Thinkwalks Social Justice Mural Bike Ride

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Join other bicyclists for a survey of more than a dozen murals addressing a variety of social issues. We’ll look at the art, the politics and the neighborhood issues, and we’ll examine public art organizing techniques, stories from your favorite murals, and the complex issues of expressing justice themes through art. Meet at Mona Caron’s […]

This Week in Livable Streets Events

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This Week in Livable Streets Events

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Public Art Bike Tour to Benefit Spokeland

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Thinkwalks: Wiggle Walk

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From Thinkwalks: Yes, true, the Wiggle is named due to the zigzag of bike route #30 through the neighborhood and avoiding hills. But is there more to it than that? We’ll explore the ‘hood from this, that and askew angles: geology, activism history, water, and native tribes. Highlights include: Market Street punched through rock, 1928 […]