MAY 1st 8th & B Street
JUNE 5th NATIONWIDE
This Sunday (5/29) Ride for Breonna will be hosting a 10mi and 25mi group ride in solidarity with the 1928 Legacy Tour. This event honors the legacy of five Black women (Marylou Jackson, Velma Jackson, Ethyl Miller, Leolya Nelson, and Constance White) who, in 1928, rode from Harlem, NY to Washington D.C. (250 miles) in less than three days in an act of radical joy.
The women of @majorknoxadventures have organized this virtual event so anyone, anywhere can participate! Click the link in @majorknoxadventures bio to register. You can sign-up individually or as a team to complete 25mi, 50mi, or 250mi between May 28 and June 6. Record your rides and upload them to the event's site to meet your goal!
Both the 10mi and 25mi routes will meet at 8am at Dark Horse Coffee Roasters on 3260 Adams Ave. All skill levels welcome! Make sure to bring enough water, sunscreen, and a snack.
ON MARCH 13TH, UNITY RUNNERS FOR BREONNA TAYLOR was presented with a certificate of recognition for Justice for Breonna Taylor Inaugural Run/Walk from Toni G. Atkins, Senate President Pro Tempore 39th District. What an honor!
We want to thank our San Diego community, volunteers, and our core team of peaceful, running activists who work extremely hard to bring together each and every event with drive and determination.
REGISTRATION FOR ALL WEEKLY AND MONTHLY EVENTS - OPTIONAL.
Our amazing team of runners, walkers, bikers and hikers are people just like you who want to seek justice for Breonna Taylor. When Breonna Taylor gets justice, all Americans can seek equal and fair justice. Every Saturday morning, all over the country, we run for Breonna Taylor.
Our mission is to be a voice for black women who no longer have a voice. Unity Runners run, walk, bike, and skate for justice with action steps to follow. We ask for letters to be written, petitions to be signed, calls to be made, and justice for those who no longer have a voice.
Run for Breonna started in June as a way to keep the Breonna Taylor's name and case in the spotlight. While thousands took to the streets this summer to protest racial inequality and police brutality Gina Wickstead and Nicol Hodges stepped outdoors to spread awareness in their own way.