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”I Run With Maud” doc focuses on Ahmaud Arbery’s legacy, airs Friday on ESPN+



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ESPN’s The Undefeated is set to premier a documentary dedicated to the legacy of slain 25-year-old Georgia man Ahmaud Arbery.

The phrase “Run with Maud” was first coined by Arbery’s high school football coach Jason Vaughn. The newspaper article was the only story the public had of Arbery’s death until a radio station released the video footage over 70 days after Arbery’s death. Arbery’s best friend Akeem Baker grabbed the phrase and started the Facebook group “Run with Maud ” as a community effort to get justice for Arbery. The page started out with 38 members.

Now, on the 23rd of every month, a local group runs together in Arbery’s memory.

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