You can still RSVP to watch the Movie through end of today – May 31st.
UPDATE MAY 31:
In light of current unrest, we will postpone our event – MOTHERLOAD – Live Panel Discussion. With a heavy heart, in deference and solidarity with the peaceful protestors responding to recent national events that weigh heavy on us all we will postpone this evenings live panel. It feels as though it would be really wrong to try and activate and enjoy a great conversation about bikes, equity and MOTHERLOAD with our communities in such a state of unrest and suffering.
Your private link to watch MOTHERLOAD the movie (with RSVP) is still good through the end of today – Sunday, May 31st. We will look forward to gathering same time same place a week from today, next Sunday, June 7th at 7:30pm with our same panelist. We hope you can join us, today is just not the day for that discussion.
Be safe and be well.
Together let us be a model of a nonviolent community and work for all forms of true justice.
Join us for an Online Screening of the film MOTHERLOAD | and a Live Panel Discussion.
— We will look forward to gathering same time same place a week from today, (tentatively) to Sunday, June 7th at 7:30pm with our same panelist, . We hope you can join us, today is not the day for that discussion.
RSVP for your link to watch the film (on demand*) through May 31st. Our Live Panel has been postponed from May 31st (tentatively) to June 7th at 7:30pm with:
••••••• Liz Canning, Filmmaker/Director
••••••• Ross Evans, Xtracycle’s Cargo-bike Evangelical Optimist (CEO)
••••••• Cynthia Rose, Santa Monica Spoke, Santa Monica Save Streets Alliance
••••••• Cris Gutierrez, Climate Corps, Santa Monica Save Streets Alliance
••••••• Larry Kraemer, PE – Director of Public Infrastructure, Cannon
••••••• Debs Schrimmer, Senior Manager, Future Cities, Lyft
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THE STRUGGLE FOR SOCIAL CHANGE, MOTHERLOAD is a crowd-sourced documentary about a new mother’s quest to understand our current cultural shift toward isolation and disconnection, what this could mean for the future of the planet, and how life on a cargo bike could be the antidote. As filmmaker Liz Canning explores the burgeoning global movement to replace cars with purpose-built bikes, she learns about the bicycle’s history and potential future as the ultimate “social revolutionizer.” Her experiences as a cyclist, as a mother, and in discovering the cargo bike world, make it clear to Liz that sustainability is not necessarily about compromise and sacrifice and there are few things more empowering, in an age of consumption, than the ability to create everything from what seems to be nothing.
* rsvp to view the movie starting Saturday, May 30th