Hundreds gathers and joined We Ride 4 Justice at the Westchester County Center, Sunday, July 25th for the annual 15 mile Ride 4 Justice Bike Ride, where riders rode down and back on the Bronx River Parkway.
Organized by Janeira Forte Towns (Founder of We Ride 4 Justice), Djay ‘Just Rich’ Rich (Just Rich Entertainment), Kev Edgar (All Country Films), N’Gai Townes (Feed The Kulture), Dave Clarke (Definition of Character Youth Organization), George Snell (S.O.L.I.D. Clothing), Greg and Angela Thomas (Platinum Auto Spa), AJ Burton (Build 4 Life), Leonard G Townes (Commissioner of Dept. of Social Services), Benji (Frenji Sporting Apparel), Troy Millings and Rashad Bilal (Earn Your Leisure) and Black Westchester Magazine.
Ride 4 Justice are committed to making change 1 mile at a time. This is their third event since 2020. Why are they riding for racial justice? They are challenging themselves to work for racial equity.
They are also challenging their community to begin the conversations necessary to end systemic racism. The Equal Justice Initiative.
I had the pleasure of hanging out with “Ride 4 Justice” in Westchester County. The gathering and ride along the Bronx River Parkway sparks several conversations. Money. Education. Health. Real Estate. Intentional Impacts. College. etc…
Black Lives Mattering is a movement, not a moment. We are working for a world where Black lives are no longer systematically targeted for demise. We affirm our humanity, our contributions to this society, and our resilience in the face of deadly oppression. The call for Black lives mattering is a rallying cry for ALL Black lives striving for relief.
We Ride 4 Justice was founded by Janeira Forte Townes. For more information about Ride 4 Justice, check out their website.