"We wanted to put this event on to try and promote healthy activity, promote getting vaccinated and having the time to be together before the school year starts, enjoying some fitness activities," said Kendra Koeppen-Mulwana, board chair of the Urban League of Racine and Kenosha.
"As women, we have so much on us that we feel like we have to always have it together, and you don't have to be this superhero," said owner Tessa Thompson. "That's not what it's about. It's about being vulnerable. It's about finding your light, finding your way, and having spaces inclusive enough to be able to do that."