community wall links: Ann Arbor named one of nation's 'most tolerant' cities; IRIDE Aug. 2 offers cycling trip for able-bodied and disabled alike
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The Great Lakes Independence Ride was created in 2007 by staff at the Ann Arbor Center for Independent Living. In 2007, only fifteen riders made the trip from the west side of Michigan to Ann Arbor, but it was a successful ride and IRIDE began to grow. This year almost sixty riders of all ages and abilities will make the four day trip.
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Ann Arbor ranks number 10 on the Geographic Tolerance index from The Atlantic Cities - Place Matters report.
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