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Grounded with Dinée Dorame is a weekly podcast exploring the intersection between running, land, culture, and community through long-form conversations with athletes of all backgrounds and levels. I want to know– what grounds you?
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In our eighth installment of Common Ground, a monthly cross-cast I’m co-hosting with Mario Fraioli of the Morning Shakeout Podcast, we talk all things music! This episode is one we’ve been talking about doing for a long time, and it’s one that many listeners have been asking for. We’ve put together a Common Ground playlist (10 songs from me, 10 son…
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In our seventh installment of Common Ground, a monthly cross-cast I’m co-hosting with Mario Fraioli of the Morning Shakeout Podcast, we talk about the ups and downs of marathon training. What do you do when faced with obstacles or even breaks in the middle of a training cycle? Mario gives some of his thoughts from a Coach’s perspective and I reflec…
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In our sixth installment of Common Ground, a monthly cross-cast I’m co-hosting with Mario Fraioli of the Morning Shakeout Podcast, we talk all things World Athletics Championships! We give you our favorite moments from the meet and I give some personal updates on my training/running journey. I also give some insight into my day job at College Horiz…
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In the fifth installment of Common Ground, a monthly cross-cast I’m co-hosting with Mario Fraioli of the Morning Shakeout Podcast, I give a full race recap from my time last month at the New York Mini 10k (hosted by New York Road Runners). We also give you our current favorite music and talk about what’s exciting us at the USA Outdoor Track & Field…
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Kelli Hashimoto is a Japanese American digital creator and the artist behind the popular custom digital art shop, Runnergrams (on Instagram and Etsy). Kelli specializes in creating animated images of athletes of all backgrounds, as well as tons of fun and whimsical stickers! Most recently, she designed stickers for AAPI heritage month to be include…
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Kyle Whalum is an ultramarathoner and professional musician. He currently plays bass in the house band for the Kelly Clarkson Show and for Katy Perry, but in his free time he logs many miles on California trails. Over the past decade, Kyle has completed 16 ultramarathons and five 100-milers. He is also an ambassador for Path Projects, Ultimate Dire…
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We’re back with a new episode of Common Ground, a monthly cross-cast I’m co-hosting with Mario Fraioli of the Morning Shakeout Podcast. In this episode, I discuss my upcoming partnership with New York Road Runners and announce my new running coach! Mario and I also shoutout some amazing high school performances on the track from the past month. Com…
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We’re back with our third installment of Common Ground, a new monthly cross-cast I’m co-hosting with Mario Fraioli of the Morning Shakeout Podcast. In this episode, we enthusiastically recap the Boston Marathon and all the excitement surrounding it, give updates on our lives, and review the new Red Hot Chili Peppers album! Enjoy! Common Ground will…
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We’re back with our second installment of Common Ground, a new monthly cross-cast I’m co-hosting with Mario Fraioli of the Morning Shakeout Podcast. In this episode, we cover the Indoor World Championships, the recent NYC Half Marathon, and some of our favorite music these days. Common Ground will be released monthly in both the morning shakeout an…
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Aliandrea “Ali” Upshaw (Diné) is a member of the University of New Mexico Track & Cross Country team. She is from Fort Defiance, Arizona and is born for the Charcoal-Streaked Red Running into Water clan. Although Ali is academically classified as a sophomore, she competes athletically as a freshman due to NCAA COVID-19 sports reclassifications. Her…
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Welcome to the first episode of Common Ground, a new monthly cross-cast I’m co-hosting with Mario Fraioli. We met a little over a year ago through the Tracksmith Fellowship Program and have become close friends since he started serving as my podcast mentor. We’re calling this new project Common Ground because we are two people who come from very di…
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Christian Gering is a multimedia artist and trail runner hailing from Katishyta (San Felipe Pueblo) and the Pi’pil people of El Salvador. He recently designed several prints and graphics for Janji’s Fall/Winter 2021 running apparel line– American Southwest. His creative inspiration is heavily linked to his passion for movement. Christian is known f…
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Craig Curley (Diné) is a marathoner and 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials Qualifier. Craig’s professional running journey has been a winding path. In the early 2000s, he was considered a top high school runner in Arizona. Forgoing Division I collegiate opportunities, he went on to compete for Pima Community College for two years and broke the 5,000m record …
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Solo episode time! Join Dinée for a recap of the first year of Grounded Pod, 2022 goals, and exciting updates! Top 5 Episodes of 2021: Kara Goucher – Ep. 37 Meb Keflezighi – Ep. 2 Billy Mills – Ep. 23 Jordan Marie Daniel – Ep. 1 Rosalie Fish – Ep. 40 Follow Grounded Pod: Instagram: @groundedpod Twitter: @groundedpod Facebook: facebook.com/groundedp…
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“Running for survival is not political. [Saying] ‘Stop killing Native women’ is not political. Representing myself as an Indigenous person is not political.” Rosalie Fish (Cowlitz & Muckleshoot) is an activist and student-athlete running Division I Track/Cross-Country at the University of Washington. After a successful run at the junior college lev…
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“As I grow as a writer and a journalist, I am constantly just trying to listen and learn from new perspectives. Never put something off as a topic that you ‘know about’ or that you’ve done work on…always be open to learning more and listening more.” Emma Zimmerman is a Brooklyn-based writer, journalist, and podcast host. Her work primarily explores…
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“All our Indigenous communities have runners that were messengers and caretakers…runners were the ones that helped communicate important messages about when to uprise..we are Indigenous runners, we are lifelines to our people and communities.” Dr. Amanda Cheromiah (Laguna Pueblo) is an educator, storyteller, photographer, and avid runner. She recen…
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“I think because of the way I started running, with my Grandpa, it wasn’t about performance, it was about time with him…running was this whole thing built around friendships...I think I’ve always been able to go back to that place, that’s what gotten me through some of those rough points.” Kara Goucher is a two-time Olympian and is known as one of …
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“Movement and sport, in whichever way you want to do it, is this access point to so many other things…it’s this access point to meeting new people, it’s this access point to education. Everybody in my family always knew that it was more than just an individual [thing].” Graciela Esquivel is a New Mexico based runner, a Judicial Clerk for the NM Cou…
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Solo episode time! Join Grounded Pod creator/host, Dinée Dorame, for some stories around running, life, body and health, social media, and Navajo culture and traditions. In This Episode: SHEFIT Sports Bras Follow Grounded Pod: Instagram: @groundedpod Twitter: @groundedpod Facebook: facebook.com/groundedpodwithdinee Subscribe, Listen, & Review on: S…
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Kyle Sumatzkuku (Hopi) is an endurance runner who qualified for the 2021 Boston Marathon and is currently raising funds for his trip. This year’s marathon falls on October 11th (Indigenous Peoples’ Day) and Kyle hopes to shed light on the legacy of Hopi running, represent his community, and put his longtime training to the test. Kyle’s marathon jou…
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Oiselle 2021 Women Run the Vote Panel (on September 21, 2021) on the historical and present erasure of Black and Indigenous communities from the land/outdoors was moderated by Dinée Dorame, with Teresa Baker, Rebecca McCown, Guarina Lopez, and Faith Briggs. The 2021 Women Run the Vote Virtual Relay covered 907 miles from Apsaalooké (Crow) lands at …
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“What better way to break down whatever artificial barriers that we may build up around us to protect ourselves than by doing something so physical and raw– like running is.” Victoria Lo is an NYC-based designer, creative, and runner. She recently started Chinatown Runners, which is “a collective of runners around the world, formed by the community…
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“I am Miles from India because I didn’t see what I am when I started running. I want to help and inspire other people. I want to help people who want to get into running who don’t feel as if they ‘look like a runner.’ There is not one look for a runner. Me showing up…is my way of illustrating that.” India Cook is an Atlanta-based runner, podcast ho…
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“Don’t see your athleticism or your competitiveness as a negative. In our society, when women are seen as driven or passionate or athletic, that can be seen as a negative. It’s so important to accept who you are and take advantage of it, see it as a gift…” Alisa Meraz-Fishbein is a current sophomore running Track and Cross Country and majoring in J…
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“One thing that activism has taught me is to use my voice...I can share photographs about what I’m doing but also tell a story. We come from a storytelling tradition and I think that more of our voices need to be out there.” Guarina Lopez (Pascua Yaqui) is a visual artist, mother, runner, cyclist, and the founder of Native Women Ride. As a lifelong…
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“You have days when you want to quit and ask yourself “is this worth it?” Whether it’s podcasting, whether it’s continuing on a run…Having people who can help you, in a mentorship role or a training partner–find those people. It’s a lot easier to get through things when you’ve got support from others.” Mario Fraioli is the host and creator of the M…
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Join Grounded Pod creator/host, Dinée Dorame, in conversation with her partner, Reed, as she answers fun questions from listeners about running, life, injury updates, and more! Follow Grounded Pod: Instagram: @groundedpod Twitter: @groundedpod Facebook: facebook.com/groundedpodwithdinee Subscribe, Listen, & Review on: Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Sou…
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“For me, I felt like when I was running, people were watching. But I didn’t care…I thought, you know what? I’m doing this because I like it and when I’m running I’m thinking about my grandmothers and all the other women who are our ancestors.” Monica Etsitty Dorame (Diné) is Tábąąhá (Edge of Water clan) and born for Tótsohnii (Big Water clan). She …
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“It goes back to my family and having an enrichment in my culture…knowing that I’m a part of rhythm. When we dance, my feet touch the same ground. I dance hard in ceremonies, and I’m gonna run hard too.” Yatika Starr Fields (Osage, Cherokee, Muscogee Creek) is a painter, muralist, and ultrarunner based in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Yatika grew up in an artis…
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“Being at the Olympic Trials the past ten days…it could’ve gone so many ways but no matter what, the people I’m surrounded by…my partner, my family, my coach, my team. They have made all the difference.” Rebecca Mehra is a professional track athlete running for the Oiselle Littlewing elite team based out of Bend, Oregon. Rebecca recently raced in b…
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“The biggest lesson that running has taught me is to find your passion. At some point in time, the competitive running is behind you…so use running as a catalyst to seek higher ground.” Billy Mills (Tamakoce Te'Hila) is an Oglala Lakota distance runner, 1964 Olympic Gold Medalist in the 10,000m run, and co-founder of the non-profit organization Run…
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“What I’ve learned as I’ve grown older is how interconnected our wellness is…I’m trying to lead a life where wellness is centered– mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. These things make us who we are and impact one another.” Ashleigh Thompson (she/her/hers) is Red Lake Ojibwe and an archaeologist, climber, and avid trail runner. Ashleigh is base…
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“[My parents] were able to run this race ahead of me and pave the way. I’m able to now pick up the mantle and run my own race, in a sense. I feel such gratitude in being able to trailblaze and set trends for how other people view Asian Americans and people of color… we are able to be creative, and innovative, and lead, and set the path for things.”…
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“Every run I take now is an exploration of my body and myself…it’s a reminder of how powerful I am. Running remains this discovery of myself and what I can do.” Alison Mariella Desír is a runner, mother, mental health coach, author, activist, and speaker. She is also the newly minted Director of Sports Advocacy at Oiselle, a running apparel brand t…
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“The Asian American population is severely underrepresented in media. It’s only through well-rounded storytelling that you fight this stereotype…there is such diversity within the community.” Jinghuan Liu Tervalon is a Chinese American advocate, marathoner, and mother who can often be found speaking on issues of safety on the run, representation, a…
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Are you a runner with a creative ambition? This episode is a deep dive into the Tracksmith Fellowship Program with two Tracksmith team members– Lee Glandorf (Director of Marketing & Communications) and Kamilah Journét (Marketing Manager). Tracksmith is an independent running brand that crafts performance apparel that celebrates both the style and c…
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“It is so healing when people get back to their ancestral foods…those are always going to give us much more connection, not just to ourselves but when we’re out there, we’re going to feel more like ourselves. And that’s why people go for a run, right? To feel more like themselves.” Starla Garcia is a Registered Dietitian, owner of The Healthy Shine…
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“[Running] helps me explore. It helps me go out and see different places. I can go on a 15 mile long run and go down some cool canyons and into rivers, you’re seeing stuff that nobody else gets to see. My photography mindset is still with me while I’m running.” Brandon Dugi (Diné) is an outdoor adventure photographer, visual storyteller, and trail …
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“QUOTE” Doug Dorame (Mexican/Yaqui) is currently the Athletic Director, Head Girls Track & Field Coach, and Head Girls Basketball Coach at Albuquerque High School in New Mexico. As you may have guessed, he’s also my Dad! He’s played one of the biggest roles in my running journey, as both my coach and parent, so I’m incredibly excited to share this …
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“It’s about the process…something running teaches you is that your goals don’t necessarily get easier. But you do get stronger and better at working towards them over time." Beth Wright (Pueblo of Laguna) is an attorney at the Northwest Justice Project, 3-time Boston Marathon finisher, and former NCAA Division I runner at Syracuse University. She a…
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“What I love most about running is the rhythm, at a very base level. You can go into a rhythmic trance and find thoughts you wouldn’t be able to otherwise. Your breath is in conversation with whatever terrain you’re running.” Dustin Martin (Diné) is the Executive Director of Wings of America, a non-profit organization based in Albuquerque, NM that …
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“I am a scientist because of running… as you’re running, you’re on the land making observations. That’s the first step of the scientific process.” Dr. Lydia Jennings is a Wixáritari (Huichol) and Yoeme (Pascua Yaqui) environmental microbiologist and trail runner. She is originally from Santa Fe, NM but currently resides in Tucson, AZ– where she rec…
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This recording is from a live panel on "Women’s Running Across the Generations" that took place on March 20th, 2021 as part of the “Creating Community Through Movement” event hosted by the Native Health Initiative (NHI). Panelists include: Kathrine Switzer is an icon in running, an author, and an Emmy award-winning television commentator. She was t…
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"One of the most important things in inspiring other brown-skinned girls to run or achieve whatever they want, is to do it myself. I get motivation every day in my training from [knowing] the kind of role model I can possibly be.” – Nell Rojas “New Mexico is a great running community… we all spoke the same language– a running language. No matter wh…
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"It takes a lot of grit to be able to show up, way before the race. A lot of people put so much emphasis on the day of, but we don’t give ourselves enough credit for the actual training that we put in…give yourself the credit and grace to say I am capable of doing hard things.” Latoya Shauntay Snell is an endurance athlete, activist, and food/fitne…
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"Track & Field is important to me because of the opportunities...my youth program coach stressed using your sport as a means for accessing greater academic opportunity. Since 6 years old, I have carried that message with me." Russell Dinkins is an elite athlete and former Princeton University runner. After writing a viral piece for Medium.com last …
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"I love having folks to be stride in stride with. There’s a lot of community in sweating together.” Faith E. Briggs is a runner, storyteller, and documentary filmmaker passionate about sharing contemporary stories from diverse communities. Her work spans many fields, and we talk about some of her amazing documentary films including This Land, which…
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"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 my culture.” Leroy “Buster” Silva (Pueblo of Laguna) is a movement and wellness advocate, community coordinator for the Notah Begay III (NB3) Foundation, and…
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"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 to build that for these women.” Verna Volker (Diné) is a Hoka One One Global Ambassador and the founder of Native Women Running. With over 17k …
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