Lewis said she hopes that the Livable Streets Coalition can create “safer, more pedestrian-friendly, human-centred streets” in Baltimore.
“White supremacy is baked into the bricks of our buildings,” she said. “It’s mixed into the concrete and asphalt that we pour. It’s our duty to un-build those things and that’s what I hope this coalition can begin to do.”
April 28, 2020
Baltimore residents and local officials want to close some streets to cars and open them to exercise
The idea of Slow Streets has been endorsed by one of Baltimore City’s state Delegates, Robbyn Lewis of the 46th District.