Episode 6 / Leroy “Buster” Silva

Grounded with Dinée Dorame · Episode 6 – Leroy Silva (Pueblo of Laguna), NB3 Foundation Community Coordinator “For a lot of Indigenous cultures, movement is essential to our survival…whether it’s food or ceremony. I feel that is one of the roots of how running is carried on in my life. I can see it in…

Episode 5 / Verna Volker

Grounded with Dinée Dorame · Episode 5 – Verna Volker (Diné), Founder of Native Women Running “I want Native women to be seen in a positive way… to show that we’re visible in the running community, but also to provide a space for Native runners because I felt like that space wasn’t there. I wanted…

Episode 4 / Carolyn Su

Photo by Tony Luang Grounded with Dinée Dorame · Episode 4 – Carolyn Su “Everyone shows up into the sport for reasons greater than themselves…there is this interconnection that we have through running, because really running is part of the human experience.” Carolyn Su is a runner, storyteller, and the creator of the @DiverseWeRun Instagram…

Episode 3 / Alvina Begay

Grounded with Dinée Dorame · Episode 3 – Alvina Begay “Anytime that I was successful, it was because I worked with [coaches] who allowed me to go home to get those ceremonies done, to see my parents, to have some home-cooked food.” Alvina Begay is a citizen of the Navajo Nation and three-time Olympic trials…

Episode 2 / Meb Keflezighi

Grounded with Dinée Dorame · Episode 2 – Meb Keflezighi “Running takes you to places no other thing can. Sometimes cars and tourists can come see it, but with running you can be on a path or in other areas with dirt…you get to see a lot of great things.” Meb Keflegizhi is a four-time…

Episode 1 / Jordan Marie Daniel

Grounded with Dinée Dorame · Episode 1 – Jordan Marie Daniel Welcome to the first episode of the Grounded Podcast with Dinée Dorame! In this conversation, you’ll hear Kul Wicasa Lakota runner, Jordan Marie Brings Three White Horses Daniel talk about her family history in running, her time as a Native student at the University of Maine, her…