Re-Riding History

Deadwyler inaugurated Civil Bikes with a group ride on Martin Luther King Jr. Day in 2014. Now she and her team run public and private biking and walking tours that visit Atlanta’s first park for African Americans, opened at a time when the city’s main green space, Piedmont Park, was segregated; the Auburn Avenue corridor, home to Atlanta’s historically Black business district and the birthplace of King; and more.

-Maya Kroth, Uncommon Path, Fall 2019

Read, Think, Share, Repeat


I own things.

This is a work in progress; I am basing this list on Nashp’s Things list.

Note: Shared ownership through marriage and parenthood complicates minimalism, so only those things I think of as uniquely mine are recorded. Also, the major items I use for work are listed but cannot be changed.

For Work (Major Items Listed Only)