During a global pandemic, the outdoors is one of the only safe spaces to spend time in the company of other people. Research shows that spending time in nature is associated with a long list of health benefits – physical, emotional, and spiritual. Yet, like so many other public spaces, the woods is a white space, where BIPOC face special risks, beyond the spiders and bears. Please join us for a presentation followed by a facilitated dialogue about experiencing racism in the woods.
Volunteer ASL Interpreting will be provided by interns enrolled in the University of Houston ASL Interpreting Program.
Free and open to the public, with donations encouraged. To donate click here
To reserve your spot, please register below before January 26. You will receive a Zoom link a few days before the event.