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Social Justice Series: Diversity in the Outdoors

September 3, 2020 @ 5:00 AM - 6:00 AM

Lack of diversity in nature and outdoor recreation is real and there are many factors contributing to the disparities. North Central Washington is an outdoor recreation hub, with climbing, mountain biking, hiking, backpacking, whitewater activities, gardening, and so much more. Yet, not everyone in our community is represented in these activities. In partnership with Wenatchee River Institute we are hosting a panel of local community members to discuss diversity in the outdoors. Join us on Thursday, September 3rd at 12 PM on Zoom and from the Wenatchee Valley Museum’s Facebook page. Questions may be submitted in advance to [email protected], [email protected], or live via Zoom Q&A, Zoom Chat, or FB Live. Live Spanish translation will be provided by Clarius Languages. To access this feature participants need to log-in with the Zoom login and select Spanish audio channel under the world icon.


Karen Francis-McWhite: Mom, gardener, baker, writer

Chelsea Murphy of @shecolorsnature

Elisa Lopez: Project Director at Team Naturaleza

John Sirois (say’ay): Committee Coordinator at Upper Columbia United Tribes

Paige Castro-Reyes: Director of Programs, Community-Campus Partnerships for Health

Julie Edwards: Colville Tribal Member

Nathan Isaac – Founder of STALYON

Social Justice Series: Diversity in the Outdoors

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Webinar ID: 857 2250 6692

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September 3, 2020
5:00 AM - 6:00 AM

Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center