Tamika Butler ('09), Principal at Tamika L. Butler Consulting, contributed an article to bicycling.com recounting the best job she ever had, her vision of the bike as a social justice tool, and why systemic racism can't be fixed without tackling it within bicycling ("Why We Must Talk About Race When We Talk About Bikes: Systemic Racism Can't Be Fixed without Tackling It within Cycling," June 9). "To truly make transformational change for all people who bike, we must go beyond a 'Bike Month' or an occasional unity ride. … We must get past an ethos of exclusion. Once we can get past these things as a bicycle community, we can celebrate what bicycling should truly be about—the power to be free and move freely. … Bicycling cannot solve systemic racism in the United States. But systemic racism can't be fixed without tackling it within bicycling."