Radio Adelaide Interview

by | May 26, 2022 | Activism, Transport Equity, Urban Planning

This week I spoke to Nicky Page on Radio Adelaide about Middle Ground Motherhood, the Babes on Bikes campaign and our upcoming Motherload Movie Event.

Take a listen and get your ticket to the Motherload Movie Event via Humanitix.

Sarah talks to Nicky Page on Radio Adelaide.
Sarah stands beside her Tern HSD.

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