The White Line Announces Compelling New Episode of ‘Lives Worth Remembering’ Series Highlighting Michael Shipp’s Story

July 11, 2024

The White Line releases its next episode in its film series, ‘Lives Worth Remembering.’

BOULDER, CO /ENDURANCE SPORTSWIRE/ – The White Line releases its next episode in its film series, ‘Lives Worth Remembering.’ This powerful episode sheds light on the profound injustice faced by the family of Michael Shipp from Norfolk, Virginia. Watch the episode here: https://youtu.be/TjZsvM78h8I

On February 16, 2023, Michael Shipp’s life was stolen outside of Manning, South Carolina, when he was struck from behind by a reckless driver, who showed blatant disregard for safety. The driver received only a citation and a $35 fine for this devastating act.

This episode is a call to action, delving deep into the heartbreaking aftermath that Michael’s family continues to endure. It underscores the urgent need for accountability in the face of such a tragic and preventable loss.

About the film series:

The ‘Lives Worth Remembering’ film series aims to ensure that victims and their families of road violence are not forgotten once the news cycle ends. Each episode highlights stories of cyclists and other vulnerable road users who were killed while obeying traffic laws. By featuring families affected by vehicular violence, the series urges viewers to consider the broader implications for road safety policies and driver culture. It underscores the urgent need for political action and addresses the societal failures that contribute to these tragedies. The series harnesses the power of human empathy to create political and societal change by highlighting the true impact of loss.

Our Mission:

To preserve and honor the legacy of Magnus White, using his memory to inspire cyclists around the world and to pay tribute to lives taken too soon. We are dedicated to advocating for the safety of all vulnerable road users and to be a new voice towards creating safer road environments.

To learn more about THE WHITE LINE, its initiatives, or how to support the cause, visit thewhiteline.org

For more information, please contact:

Lisa Munro


‪(720) 310-0638‬