Olatunji Oboi Reed
Riding Through the Pain: One Year, One Day, and One Hundred Miles of BikingBy Olatunji Oboi Reed | | 3 Comments
Slow Roll Chicago and Equiticity cofounder Oboi Reed discusses his past year of struggling with clinical depression, and why he's ready to get back in the fight for mobility justice.
Why I Fight: How Biking Saved My Life and Can Help Other Black ChicagoansBy Olatunji Oboi Reed | | 11 Comments
[Streetsblog invited Olatunji Oboi Reed, president of Slow Roll Chicago, to share his perspective on our city’s bicycle equity challenges.] Let me explain why I’m aggressively advocating for bike equity in Chicago. About ten years ago, when I was 30 years old, I took an extended medical leave from my job at Citibank when work, […]