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OUR MISSION is to inspire action towards racial restoration by engaging relationally in our communities.
JOIN OUR TEAM for the Hotter'N Hell bike ride in Wichita Falls, Texas on August 27th, 2022 and help raise support for Hope Farm–a leadership program in Fort Worth, Texas guiding at-risk boys to become Christ-centered men of integrity.
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OUR PURPOSE is to raise awareness for racial healing while raising support for Hope Farm–an organization faithfully building up leaders from within at-risk communities in Fort Worth for over 30 years.
This is a grassroots movement of friends committed to the racial restoration our communities need so badly. The racial fabric of our society has been strained and weakened lately, and we want to play an active role in its healing. We are not associated with any organization or political party–just humans caring for humans to show our unity and commitment to one another regardless of race.
I have been married to my wife Sarah for twelve years and we have three children. It's my privilege to invest my life as I work with fatherless young men at Hope Farm in Fort Worth. It's my passion to serve all those in the margins–the less fortunate among us.
Hometown boy. I grew up in west Fort Worth and now call Benbrook home. I've been married for almost twenty years to my wife Joy and we have four kids. I love to cycle and I see my passion for the sport as an opportunity to participate in and pursue racial restoration–Let's go!
RIDE FOR RACIAL RESTORATION was born from a friendship built between Jamaal, Jeff and their families within their local church small group. Although they came from very different backgrounds and have different stories, Jamaal and Jeff bonded quickly.
During the summer of Covid quarantine in 2020, Jamaal got his first road bike and the two friends began riding together. With racial tensions rising last year, they would often discuss many of these issues as they rode together down Texas roads.
Through their many conversations, they realized they didn't always see things the same way, but they both understood that they were better for it. As they shared their experiences and beliefs with one another, their friendship grew and they felt a growing sense that they needed to do something in response to the growing racial tension in the country. They looked at their community and thought the worst thing they could do was nothing, so they decided to DO SOMETHING.
That something was the beginning of RRR. They hope to inspire action toward racial healing in their community. The ride will benefit Hope Farm in Fort Worth–an organization with a 30 year history of building leaders out of the inner city.
ride for racial restoration was featured on the front page of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
The article detailed how Ride for Racial Restoration was created to benefit Hope Farm and to provide a way for riders to discuss race in a safe environment.
We can't wait for you to join us in the RRR mission!
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