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Heels Down
Fists Up

Equestrians for social change, your voices and horses are needed.

Heels Down Fists Up is about:

  • Peaceful, mounted demonstrations in support of the Black Lives Matter Movement

  • Building a diverse and inclusive equestrian community across riding discipline, racial and socioeconomic divides. 

  • Good horsemanship and horse/ rider safety


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Check Out the Heels Down Fists Up Event Planning Guide we put together to help you plan your next event!


November 2020

Your vote must go through. 
Make it count by November 3rd.  
Ride out.  Drive out. Bike out.
Just get out... VOTE. #RideOuttoVote #Vote #PonyExpress #YourVoteMustGoThrough
Next event
October 29, 2020

3pm - Laney College Student Parking Lot


Those with non-motorized and electric personal transportation vehicles, join us!

Join us Thursday October 29, at 3p for #RideOutToVote! Brianna Noble will participate in this call-to-action in real time, leading a local group of riders (equestrians, cyclists, skaters, etc.) to René C. Davidson Alameda County Courthouse (Oak & 13th Sts.) to drop off mail-in-ballots. Mounted riders, by invite only. The ride is co-organized by Molly Gore of @FuckTalkingGoVote. Details and information for the ride can be found on both the and websites. 


We’ll be departing from Laney College Student Parking Lot at Fallon and E. Eighth Street (near Lake Merritt BART) at 3p this Thursday. Bring your homemade signs and ...




Help us



Mulatto Meadows Humble is a fiscally sponsored project of the Social Good Fund, Inc. (EIN# 46-1323531). Your donation is tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.  

To donate by check:
Make check out to Social Good Fund, Inc. with “Mulatto Meadows Humble” in the memo and mail to:

Mulatto Meadows Humble
℅ Social Good Fund, Inc.
1588 Fitzgerald Dr., #363
Pinole, CA  94564