Navigating through life away from the library.
Navigating through life away from the library.

eRace Racism Challenge and Run Stats Update

Daenel T {living outside the stacks}

Today is the first day of the eRace Racism Challenge. eRace Racism is hosted by Black Girls Run in conjunction with This is how Black Girls Run describes it:

Join us to show the world that we run together against discrimination, prejudice and racism. We run for real change and that starts with one sister at a time reaching across the race lines. Running is our vehicle and connection is our super power.

I found the challenge on Instagram and immediately signed up. When you register, you and your team mate have the option of walking, running, or hiking for 50, 100, or 200 miles. You can run anywhere in the world, but your run virtually follow the path of the Journey of Reconciliation. Since Melody and I committed to 50 miles, we’ll be virtually running from Chapel Hill, North Carolina to Greensboro, North Carolina.

The idea is to build community within the running world and break barriers one step at a time.

My plan is to update my challenge miles as well as my year-to-date miles once a week for accountability.

THIS WEEK’S STATS

Runs

3

Distance

6.3 mi

Time

1 hr 30 min

YEAR-TO-DATE-STATS

Runs

12

Time

6 h 37 min

Distance

25 mi

 

Run Happy,

Daenel T {Living Outside the Stacks}

 

 

 

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