Season 1 Episode 45:
A CRITICAL CONVERSATION
W/ ANGIE SCHMITT, AUTHOR OF THE NEW ISLAND PRESS BOOK
RIGHT OF WAY

In this episode, we dive deep into details of a devastating trend over the past decade where we have seen a dramatic increase in the number and rate of pedestrian fatalities on our roadways.

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Show Notes:

Angie Schmitt is the author of the new book Right of Way: Race, Class, and the Silent Epidemic of Pedestrian Deaths in America published by Island Press. John and Angie discuss the many complicated and convoluted reasons why this has been happening and talk about some of the inspiring, hopeful stories of change she highlighted in the book.

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