Closing The Gap On Transportation: Walking Or Biking While Black Can Be Deadly

Many have heard of “driving while Black”, but also “biking while Black” or even “walking while Black”, can have deadly consequences for Black Americans.

A public health historian and scholar explains for Reset how legacy policies, planning and practices disproportionately endanger African American pedestrians, joggers and cyclists.

GUEST: Jennifer Roberts, assistant professor of Kinesiology, University of Maryland School of Public Health; director, Public Health Outcomes and Effects of the Built Environment Laboratory Find here the complete interview to JPB Fellow Jennifer Roberts