Running with Ahmaud Arbery on the one-year anniversary of his murder
It's been one year since Ahmaud Arbery was senslessly murdered while jogging near his home.
ENCOURAGED HUNDREDS TO WORK OUT VIRTUALLY OR RUN 2.23 MILES TO KEEP HIS NAME ALIVE. >> IF YOU DON'T REMEMBER AHMAD ARBERY, YOU SHOULD REMINDED EVERY DAY. NOT BECAUSE IT IS BLACK HISTORY MONTH IN FEBRUARY, EVERY SINGLE DAY. >> I REALLY STARTED GETTING EMOTIONAL BECAUSE WITH EVERY STEP, I WAS THINKING HOW HE MUST HAVE FELT. >> Reporter: SUMMERS IS AN AVID RUNNER AND TELLS ME HIS DEATH CHANGED EVERYTHING FOR THE RUNNING COMMUNITY. >> I USED TO RUN EARLY MORNING AT 5:30, 6:00. I AM NOT COMFORTABLE DOING THAT ANYMORE, NOT EVEN IN MY OWN NEIGHBORHOOD. >> WEARING BRIGHT COLORS, WEARING BRIGHT SHOES, THE REALITY IS IF YOU ARE A BLACK MAN OR WOMAN, YOU ARE ALWAYS AT RISK. >> Reporter: THE VIRTUAL EVENT TODAY IS REALLY ABOUT CONTINUING CONVERSATIONS OF RACE-RELATED ISSUES EVEN IN OUR COMMUNITY. THE TOGETHER WE STAND NONPROFIT HOLDS MONTHLY EVENTS DEDICATED