By James Hale, National Vice-Captain for Black Men Run “If I can just lose some [...]

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.