Blog Posts in 2020

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  • What Happened to the “Safety in Numbers” Principle?
    What Happened to the “Safety in Numbers” Principle?

    One positive outcome of the global pandemic is a resurgence of people using bicycles. The increased demand is rooted in several factors: cycling is a “safer” alternative to public transit; cycling ...

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  • Andrea Paparelli Named an Associate Editor of the Women's Rights Law Reporter at Rutgers University School of Law
    Andrea Paparelli Named an Associate Editor of the Women's Rights Law Reporter at Rutgers University School of Law

    We are thrilled to share that Andrea Paparelli has been named an Associate Editor of the Women's Rights Law Reporter at Rutgers University School of Law . Established in the early 1970’s, this legal ...

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  • Pressure to Open Space in Philly as COVID Continues
    Pressure to Open Space in Philly as COVID Continues

    Philadelphia received national attention when Mayor James Kenney closed Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive to vehicular traffic in March 2020. The move was meant to create a large, open, and safe space for ...

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