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A human-centered, body-based, and holistic educational and awareness-building approach to what pedestrians experience and face in a time of increasing speed, devastating isolation, and car-centric practices.


Take a look at the four invitations below. Reach out with collaboration ideas and be sure to follow all social media accounts to help increase public awareness and FELT knowledge towards a healthier future for the planet, human hearts, human minds, human relationships, and human bodies. 

Pedestrian dignity

A collaborative series of pedestrian advocacy tips with @PedestrianSpace (IG):

Pedestrian Dignity Sticker _ Transparent

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of Pedestrian Dignity stickers?

Would you like to support the Pedestrian Dignity project?

Join as a Pedestrian Dignity

Patron here! ($5/mo)


Stories, videos, photos, interviews using social media platforms and community organizing to heighten broader awareness for pedestrian*-related challenges and opportunities.

Follow, share, and engage with Pedestrian Dignity on social media (see links above).


*inclusive to people who use wheelchairs, powered strollers, and walkers


Some of the popular TikTok videos shared in the last year (2021-2022):

Luxury to Choose


US Sidewalks Be Like 


Now Teleport

Arterial Harm with Denver Post


Because its Practical


Stay Alive

More of This

Student Safety (Student Story Submission)

Arterial Harm

Anti Human, Anti Planet Development


Protected & Together

No You Didn't


GOOD traffic calming 


School Bus Stops 


Your Stories

Send your stories, photos, and experiences so we can share, support, and inspire.

*centering people who have no choice but to walk, roll on a wheelchair, and/or take public transit as their primary form of transportation

Follow/mention @PedestrianDignity and use #PedestrianDignity when sharing your own experiences.



The Pedestrian Dignity project can be made available to host guided and custom curated movement (walking/rolling) experiences with decision-makers, community organizers, and passionate residents/advocates on experiential human-centered approaches to amplify awareness and urgency related to the transportation experience of pedestrians and people who use a wheelchair. Invite me to host (and train!) you and your team.

These events are co-hosted with a growing community of advocates. The Pedestrian Dignity (PD) network involves some of the folks below and several others.

Phyllis Mack

(@phyllismack88 on TikTok)

Nica Cave

(@human_centric_ on Twitter & on IG)

Justin Bai

(@marxling on Twitter & @transittransittransit on IG)

Alejandra Castañeda

(@biculturalbrokr on Twitter)

Inessa Risvin

(@inessar1 on Twitter, @inessarun on IG & @theprismgirl on TikTok)

Sam Scantlin

(@samscantlin2 on IG)

Aubrey Lee

James Warren

(@j_m_warren on Twitter)

Jonathon Stalls

(@jstallz on IG, @jonathonstalls on Twitter, @jonathonstalls on TikTok)

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