Advocacy is the core of what we do at the HCC. With our values in mind, we are always working towards safer, more equitable streets for everyone in the Halifax Regional Municipality. This means that our work is actively intersectional (a term coined by Kimberlé Crenshaw) and anti-racist.
We want to make our streets safer and more accessible for everyone, especially folks on bikes. We recognize that Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour face disproportionate violence and over-policing, as well as other oppressions day-to-day including on Halifax Streets. Streets cannot be safe for cycling and active transportation if they are not safe for everyone.
HCC advocacy is centered around community consultation, infrastructure, and equity. To learn more about the intersections of cycling and racism, as well as other equity and social justice issues, visit our Education page.
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