How These Native American Women Found The Strength To Heal Through Running

At 29, Sarah Agaton Howes weighed over 200 pounds and was told by doctors that she could be at risk for diabetes if she didn’t adopt a healthier lifestyle.

She had also just lost her daughter.

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“Part of you dies when you lose a child,” Agaton Howes told “Good Morning America.”

I never seen a Native woman with running clothes.
“I grew up watching sickness around me all the time, and that was where I was headed,” she said.

But she found a way to save herself — and others: running.


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