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Empowerment on Two Wheels

By IAN SANDS  |  November 7, 2008

"I don't mind that it takes a little longer as long as it's done right, says Branigan. "So that when it does register as an independent business, then it'll be sustainable because the people who are running it know what they're doing."

A screening of Emmanuel's Gift followed by a presentation by Bikes Not Bombs founder and international-programs director Carl Kurz will take place on Thursday, November 6, at 6:30 and 8:30 pm at City Year Headquarters, 287 Columbus Avenue, Boston. Tickets available for $7 to $15 online at, or, at the door for $15. Call 617.522.0222.

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