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The Podcast

Why are Black Americans and other people of color disproportionately victims of overly aggressive police enforcement and brutality while walking, running, riding bicycles, taking public transit, or while driving? This podcast explores the ways in which people of color have had their mobility arrested.

Hosted by Charles T. Brown, the founder and CEO of Equitable Cities LLC—an urban planning, policy, and research firm working at the intersection of transportation, health, and equity. Charles will take you to the streets of Philly, the sidewalks of Seattle, and the neighborhoods of Kansas City. In each place, he’ll ask: What can we do to change the outcomes when people of color step out their door to exist in the world?

Awards and Recognition

Arrested Mobility - Signal Awards 2023

New episode last Wednesday of the month

Experts and Guests from around the world

Critical conversations on equity in transportation

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