Other Media

Featuring Adonia
September 20, 2016. At Streetsblog LA, I spoke with journalist Sahra Sulaiman about organizing The Untokening: A Convening for Just Streets and Communities.

September 1, 2016. Reporter Laura Bliss interviewed me for a CityLab piece on Vision Zero and inequitable policing.

August 17, 2016. I spoke with William Warrener about my theory of CicLAvia for his article on LA bike movements in Huck.

June 19, 2016. Jen Kinney wrote a feature about diversity in bike advocacy for Philly's SPOKE magazine.

March 2016. I was a panelist on an Alliance for Biking & Walking distance learning webinar focused on "Active Transportation and Anti-Displacement." The organizer, Naomi Doerner, posted takeaways from the discussion on Streetsblog USA.
 
November 12, 2015. Perry Stein quoted me in her piece on bike lanes and gentrification for the Washington Post.

October 26, 2015. Andrew Keatts interviewed me for his Governing story about typical bicycle users.

August 2015. Groundswell made a short documentary about the Equity Initiative I worked on at the League of American Bicyclists.

May 15, 2015. I spoke with Joseph Stromberg about bike share for Vox.

2015. Keynote Panelist at the Youth Bike Summit. I'm a huge fan of the Youth Bike Summit, and last year I got to be a keynote speaker on Valentine's Day at their conference in Seattle. The illustrious Professor Jane Pirone introduces my talk at 1:19:22 in the video at the link.

February 21, 2013. Josh Cohen of The Bicycle Story interviewed me about bicycling and social justice.

April 13, 2012. Orange County Register. "CicLAvia: LA streets become paths Sunday, with help from O.C. Woman" by Alejandra Molina. 

April 5, 2012. LA Weekly. "CicLAvia Rules! How Bicyclists Made L.A. a Better Place" by Hillel Aron.

January 16, 2010. Orange County Register. "UCI student challenges anti-cyclist attitudes" by Laura Rico.

By Adonia
2016. Together with fellow organizers Naomi Doerner and Carolyn Szczepanski, I contributed to an op-ed about The Untokening for Next City.

2015. Contributor to Critical Sustainabilities: Competing Discourses of Urban Development in California.

2013. Los Angeles Bike Movement History. This is a collaborative timeline of significant moments that moved bicycling in L.A. forward.

November 2012. Guest blogger on anthropology website Savage Minds

2012. Curated Collection on Infrastructure. This is an education resource reviewing anthropological work on infrastructure that Jessica Lockrem and I completed for the journal Cultural Anthropology's website.  

2012. Seattle Bike Justice Project. Interviews about bicycling with leaders in Rainier Valley's communities of color.

2012. Bicicultures. This is the online home of the Bicicultures partnership, which started as a network of scholars who use qualitative methods to investigate the multiple cultural worlds of bicycling. We've got links to books and articles about bike cultures.

May 21, 2012. LA Streetsblog. "Separate But Eco: Livable Communities for Whom?" with Allison Mannos.

2012. Kroeber Anthropological Society Papers No. 101. "Planning for Diverse Use/rs: Ethnographic Research on Bikes, Bodies, and Public Space in Los Angeles."

March 16, 2012. Friday Transportation Seminar Series at Portland State University. "Bikes, Bodies, and Public Space: The Role of Human Infrastructure in Urban Transport." (Scroll down at link for audio file)