Here is Velo Paso’s continuing coverage of Carlos and his support team on their ride to Austin: And more information and photos can be found at Oct 29: More News Coverage News Coverage: News Coverage: Oct 28: And they’re off (photos by Luis Bustamante) News Coverage: News Coverage: Oct 27: The Pedaling for Justice Ride to Austin Kicks Off Tomorrow Morning at Lincoln Park During today’s mass at St Pius X, Father Bañuelas and his parish blessed Carlos Gutierrez and the bicycle he will be using to complete his 700-mile journey to Austin. Tomorrow morning at 9 am, Carlos and the Pedaling for Justice team will depart from Lincoln Park on 4116 Durazno Ave. Please stop by if you would like to see us off or share your support via the Pedaling for Justice Facebook page here: And, of course, bring you bicycle if you would like to ride us out of El Paso! Please call Bennett Foster with any questions at 323-385-5836. What: Pedaling for Justice Ride: When: Monday, October 28 at 9 am Where: Lincoln Park, 4116 Durazno Ave. Oct 25: Please join Velo Paso as we support his ride to Austin As part of his therapy and in an effort to raise awareness about impunity and corruption in Mexico, Carlos will ride his bike more than 670 miles from El Paso, Texas, to Austin the state’s capital. Carlos, a member of the El Paso-based nonprofit group “Mexicans in Exile” is calling his campaign “Pedaling for Justice” and he is focused on creating something positive out of his terrible experience. Right now Carlos is training intensively, and he needs your help and support for this challenging campaign to raise awareness about corruption and impunity in his homeland and Mexico’s dire need to institute a Rule of Law so that families like his are not forced to flee for their lives. To accomplish his goals, Carlos needs funding and resources for transportation and housing for his support crew on the 10-day long journey. He also needs funding for a press conference and event to be held in Austin when he finishes his journey. Help Carlos heal and raise awareness about a growing problem with violence and impunity in his homeland.

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