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Jordan Marie Brings Three White Horses Daniel: Running For Cause - R4R 225: Jordan Marie Brings Three White Horses Daniel is someone making waves at the intersection of sport and advocacy. She's a fourth-generation Lower Brule Sioux Tribe runner doing her heart’s work in using running to amplify voices and representation of...

Jordan Marie Brings Three White Horses Daniel: Running For Cause - R4R 225: Jordan Marie Brings Three White Horses Daniel is someone making waves at the intersection of sport and advocacy. She's a fourth-generation Lower Brule Sioux Tribe runner doing her heart’s work in using running to amplify voices and representation of...

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Jordan Marie Brings Three White Horses Daniel: Running For Cause - R4R 225: Jordan Marie Brings Three White Horses Daniel is someone making waves at the intersection of sport and advocacy. She's a fourth-generation Lower Brule Sioux Tribe runner doing her heart’s work in using running to amplify voices and representation of...

DeThe Running for Real Podcast

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75 minutes
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Dec 11, 2020
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Jordan Marie Brings Three White Horses Daniel is someone making waves at the intersection of sport and advocacy. She's a fourth-generation Lower Brule Sioux Tribe runner doing her heart’s work in using running to amplify voices and representation of Black, Brown, Asian, Muslim, Two-Spirit, Immigrant, LGBTQ, and people with disabilities. Jordan believes transformational change comes from the intersectionality of these groups. That each community must have an equal voice in the conversations around social, environmental, and economic justice.    In this episode, Jordan traces her childhood growing up on a reservation in South Dakota, to later moving to Maine and facing prejudice and racism. The invisibility and systems of oppression she witnessed, led her to move to Washington D.C. and help bring Indigenous communities and other marginalized groups seats at the table and voice to be included in discussions. That’s where she founded Rising Hearts, a grass-roots group elevating collaborative efforts among all racial, social, climate, and economic justice movements.    Jordan’s running life is heavily influenced by her grandfather and mother because running is embedded in Indigenous tradition. That’s when she realized running was her vehicle for drawing support and education around Indigenous rights. In the 2019 Boston Marathon, Jordan painted a red hand on her face to bring to the spotlight the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW) movement. For each mile of that race, she honored a different missing and murdered Indigenous womxn, girls, two-spirits, and relatives affected by MMIW, and the last 0.2 miles for her grandfather. Through running and advocacy, Jordan is striving to pave the way for new Indigenous athletes.  Lessons  1. Movements are intersectional. We must show up for each other with strength in numbers.   2. Dismantling racism and systems of oppression must be done through work in un-learning, re-learning, and building a better future.   3. Be proactive. Have conversations with family and friends about anti-racism, open up a discussion at the dinner table, and teach kids at a young age. But come at this from a good place, not a place of frustration and anger.  4. Following, supporting, amplifying, donating, and centering are all ways to support marginalized communities.    Highlights “We don’t want to cancel people out, we want to bring people in.” — Jordan  “It’s heart work, not hard work.” — Jordan  Resources: Jordan’s Instagram  Jordan Marie Daniel’s Website  Rising Hearts  Resources from Jordan: Books to read, articles, and podcasts to listen to  Running on Native Land Initiative (Launching January 2021- bringing land acknowledgment into running and races) Runner’s World Article Organizations Jordan supports that are helping support ending injustice and violence in Native communities: National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center Tribal Law and Policy Institute   Indigenous Women Hike    Thank you to my wonderful sponsor Metpro and Athletic Greens for sponsoring this episode of the Running for Real Podcast.   I am very pleased to have MetPro as a sponsor for the Running 4 Real podcast. As before they were a great sponsor but not everyone could afford their services, and now they have been working very hard on new technology that can be made for anyone. I’m excited to share MetPro’s newest addition––The MetPro Platform, an app that allows you to experience the same science and tailored strategy that their experts use.  This isn’t a food logging tool or workout app, the MetPro Platform allows you to start ​tracking​,analyzing​, and ​learning​ what your metabolism responds to best.  Sign up today​ and receive a ​14-day FREE trial!​ ​Click here​ to take advantage of this special offer! Go here to get 14 days free on the app!   Athletic Greens is a simple and easy way to get 75 vitamins, minerals, and whole food source ingredients. Just to help my immune system be stronger an
Sortie:
Dec 11, 2020
Format:
Épisode du podcast