A deeper look at the stories of Indigenous women who ran the 2022 Boston Marathon.
Community is everything. Here’s how these Indigenous runners are building theirs.
The Boston Marathon’s atypical autumn date this year falls on Indigenous Peoples Day and offers an opportunity to honor and uplift native runners and communities.
Across the U.S. and Canada, Native athletes and activists are using running to draw attention to the harm caused by boarding and residential schools.
Verna Volker got sick of not seeing her fellow native women in the running community, so she created space for them.