Transit Transformations

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Independently Published, 2019 - Education - 188 pages
Transit Transformations presents individual stories of people connected to transit in order to narrate a larger collective story about the role of transit in sustainable communities and social justice. Transit has been central to historical social movements, from the Underground Railroad to the Montgomery Bus Boycott to Black Lives Matter. These collected stories - all connected to transit - describe relationship and community, analyze equity and dignity, and suggest action through policy and practice. This volume represents a story of leadership for social justice and peacebuilding told through narrative constructed by students in a Justice and Peace Studies course, in collaboration with the Sustainable Communities Partnership at the University of St. Thomas (Minnesota, USA), and with community partner Metro Transit.

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