People for Mobility Justice advocates for safe, active transportation access in underserved communities of color within the ancestral territories of the Tongva, Tataviam, and Chumash Indigenous communities, an area that is now known by the colonial name of Los Angeles County. As educators, we act as bridges that connect community expertise with urban planning and policy advocacy through professional development activities with a range of audiences. As facilitators, we create safe learning environments where diverse, rooted communities can come together to build consciousness around mobility justice. As advocates, we build champions for mobility justice within transportation equity policy and planning. People for Mobility Justice operates with loving accountability, joy, and solidarity centered on black and brown communities in order to transcend systems of oppression and violence. We uplift each other to actively resist displacement, the police state, transphobia, homophobia, sexism, racism, classism, ageism, ableism, anti-Blackness, xenophobia, Islamophobia, Eurocentric indoctrination, tokenization, exploitation, oppression, and colonization. We embrace growth and the challenges that come with it.