If you’re looking for a momentous race to run or you want increased diversity and representation in running, listen to this episode about the Selma to Montgomery Relay and Bike Ride. Sarah and co-host Ellison talk (and shed a few tears) with the race director and two relay participants about:

-the origin of the relay that retraces the path civil rights champions tread in 1965;
-the significance of having a minority majority running event;
-how folks “party with a purpose” before and after the 51-mile event;
-relay race logistics; and,

-what it was like to run across the Edmund Pettus Bridge.

Before the first guest joins around 7:00, Ellison raves about a collection of interconnected short stories she recently enjoyed.

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