Minnesota – United

We are all living through a profound period of change.  We are living through a global pandemic and social unrest following the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and so many others.  November Project- Minneapolis has a role to play in fighting the racism that exists here, and we will work to be a stronger, more inclusive, and welcoming part of the Minneapolis and St. Paul community.

As we continue to move forward during the COVID-19 Pandemic and in the aftermath of George Floyd’s murder, the resulting protests, and civil unrest, we want to check in and give you a glimpse into our plans. We invite you to join us and hold us accountable as we learn about our cities, donate to organizations doing racial justice work, and follow local leaders. We want to return to in-person workouts with fresh energy and a renewed commitment to the idea that November Project can be a place where all feel welcome.

Next Steps:

  1. LEARN – Where do we live and work out in the Twin Cities, and what shaped the space we occupy?

(TL:DR – Here are the rules: No physical contact; the bounce is going to be different; wearing a mask can increase a workout intensity – be self aware; there is a MANDATORY waiver; Have fun)

Keep showing up however you can,

Nat, ERolf, & Emily

Additional Voices from the November Project Community

Black As Fuck,” by Kayode Adigun (Co-Leader of November Project Baltimore)

The Talk,” by Kwame Boateng (Co-Leader of November Project Kelowna)

Inclusivity with DA Dirks & Soumya Palreddy,” November Project The Show

Lessons Learned on Global Running Day,” November Project Baltimore

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