EVHybridNoire’s Newsletter

EVHybridNoire, the nation’s largest network of diverse EV drivers and enthusiasts, welcomes you to the conversation around equitable transportation electrification solutions. Our new newsletter will provide the important context you need to foster inclusive conversations and ensure diversity and equity are at the forefront of e-mobility policy and practice.  Noteworthy News   President Biden’s Jobs…

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Dr. Shelley Francis: Making Good on Micromobility’s Promise of Community

2/5/21 Justice-centered transportation policy needs to expand the lens to include forms of transportation like mircromobility. For communities with transportation deficits – like first/last mile gaps and unreliable public transportation – offering intermediate forms of transportation can bring huge relief. The focus with micromobility is now expanding these options into underserved, BIPOC communities with the…

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Women In Electric Vehicles — Leading Women In The Industry Talk About Their Experiences

CleanTechnica interviewed four leading women in the electric vehicle space to discuss how the industry reflects their values and passions – and how the industry lacks in gender and racial diversity. Featured in the article are Dr. Shelley Francis, co-founder and director of EVHybridNoire; Erika Myers, Global Senior Manager at the World Resources Institute; Sabrina…

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EVs, Frontline Communities, Air Pollution: COVID-19 Mortality

Frontline communities, defined as those who experience worst and first the consequences of climate change, are often communities of color, lower-income areas or neighborhoods that often lack the basic infrastructure support. These same communities are disproportionately impacted by transportation vehicle emissions, air pollution, poor air quality and are the same communities disproportionately impacted by COVID-19. Why is the…

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