BMR Boston’s Serghino Rene: What Running Has Done for Him

Meet brother Serghino Rene; one of 4 vice-captains for Black Men Run’s Boston chapter.   His [...]

New York Times – Nontraditional Runners Are Finding Their Stride Online.

When local clubs don’t feel welcoming, recreational runners of various races, life stages and speeds [...]

How this Richmonder has shared his love of running with students [...]

Boston Athletic Association Chasing Diversity, Hoping to Close Gap on Racial Disparities [...]

Black Men Reflect On The Need Of Good Physical And Mental Health [...]

Reversing the Trend

Article courtesy of Legacy of Hope – Black Men Run (BMR) was started in [...]

Black running group members want others to follow in their healthy footsteps [...]

Saucony | Good Runner: Ed Walton

Ed hears the same refrain from so many people who feel intimidated by joining, especially [...]

Positively Black: Black Men Run [...]

Black Men Run Starts Local Knoxville, TN Chapter – Knox News. [...]

‘I still watch my back’: Black Triangle runners on guilty verdicts in Arbery murder. [...]

Good Morning America – Meet Aaron Perry, a leader changing the world of health. [...]

Time Magazine’s Health Care 50: Aaron Perry [...]

Black and Latino professionals run through city neighborhoods with a message against gun violence | Helen Ubiñas [...]

CNN: For Black runners, every stride comes with a fear they can’t outrun. [...]

Principal on the run: Duane Clayton Mills [...]

Men on the run: Club urges optimal fitness among African Americans [...]

Charlotte runners groups raise awareness for Ahmaud Arbery [...]

COVID-19 pandemic decimates outdoor endurance events [...]

‘Black Men Run’ club stays active to beat the odds of heart disease [...]

Running club aims to boost health of African-American men [...]