The Walkaway movement broke through with its first event on March 4, 2020.
With a crowd of nearly 3,000, thousands more attended a follow-up event on April 15, 2020, which attracted more than 4,000 attendees.
By the end of 2020, more than 15 million people worldwide had signed up for the movement’s website, which allows them to receive a free online bootcamp or other coursework.
Nowhere else on Earth has such an opportunity existed.
The Walkaways goal is to make a difference for the health of the planet.
A new chapter In an effort to create a new chapter for the Walkaways movement, the movement recently launched a new website, and is launching a new training program called the Walk Beyond 2020.
“We’ve been through so much.
We’ve had our children killed.
We haven’t had enough time to heal.
We have all been broken and hurt,” said Marlene Givens, the founder of the WalkBeyond 2020 project, at a press conference held in January in New York City.
The event aims to help those who want to learn how to change their lives, and to get them started on the journey toward a better life.
Givins hopes the event, which takes place on March 12 and 13, will provide a chance for those who have not had a chance to experience the walkways to join.
She and other participants will be able to share their experiences and learn from each other.
“I know we are going to have an incredible time, and I know it will be a positive experience,” Givans said.
“Our goal is for this to be an opportunity for all of us to come together, and we are so grateful for the opportunity to do that.”
As the movement has grown in size, Givons said she and her co-founder, Tasha Estrada, have realized that they are the only ones who can make a real difference.
“The Walk Beyond is a way for us to say, ‘Yes, we can make an impact,'” she said.
This year’s event, held at the Javits Center, has been named “Walk Beyond 2020” by the Walk Behind movement.
This event, she said, is a chance “for us to show that we are capable of doing something bigger.”