VIDEO/PHOTOS: ‘Peace Peloton’ ride from Alki

12:56 PM: Thanks to Lynn Hall for the view from above – those are some of the Peace Peloton riders who left Alki a short time ago. More coverage later.

ADDED 6:15 PM: A few more photos:

Organizer Reginald “Doc” Wilson led the 15-mile ride to the Northwest African American Museum, “in protest of the injustices endured by black, brown, disenfranchised, and underrepresented populations in our city”:

He says he’ll organize other rides this summer. Hundreds showed up today to join this one:

We recorded video as they headed out and will add that when it’s ready. (Added -here it is:)

2 Replies to "VIDEO/PHOTOS: 'Peace Peloton' ride from Alki"

  • ally cat June 7, 2020 (7:25 am)

    This was great, thank you Doc and other organizers! Please keep us posted on upcoming opportunities, and the rides that will begin and end at black owned businesses! ✊✌️🚲

  • Nancy R. June 7, 2020 (9:54 am)

    Thank you to Ed Ewing and Doc for organizing this ride and for emphasizing that it takes all of us working together to battle racism.     In a speech upon arrival at the African American Museum,  Doc spoke eloquently about how each of us has a role to play in helping to elevate people of color and underrepresented communities to positions of power in our work organizations,  in our non-profits,  and within our political system.   There were hundreds of us riders,  and we experienced wonderful support from cars that passed and from those that that waved us on at intersections.     

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