Running While Black; Lockdown Lessons From RefugeesPlay
Ahmaud Arbery's killing has united runners across the country, but it has also caused black runners to reflect on fears of being attacked or racially profiled while running. We hear from James Ravenell II, co-founder of Black Runners Connection, about what it means to run as a black person in the U.S. And, Americans across the country are grappling with limited movements and a lot more time at home. For many refugees, this is something they're quite familiar with. That and more, in hour two of Here & Now's May 11, 2020, full broadcast. You can find more at hereandnow.org — and follow us on Twitter, Instagram or join the conversation on Facebook.
This program aired on May 11, 2020.