Lark Lo, Black Kids in Outer Space

Trading her car for city transit took a commuter on a lifelong mission for better alternatives in transportation

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A close encounter with inequitable transportation in Los Angeles prompted Lark Lo to challenge the instability of the US infrastructure.

Lo soon discovered that the most dangerous public safety sites in the US, are usually located in communities with high concentrations of Black people. In her podcast, Black Kids in Outer Space, Lo, who now lives in a New Jersey suburb, explores the issues and answers in urban planning and transportation alternatives.

From environmental activists to bike co-op operators, Lo and her guests tackle the gaps and intricacies of urban planning. Black Kids in Outer Space is currently in the midst of a crowdfunding to help expand Lo’s efforts to educate and advocate.

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