Breaking Green Ceilings

Accessibility To Nature And The Outdoors Episodes

Nov. 30, 2021

EP 57: Inviting More Black Folks to the Outdoors

Earl B. Hunter, Jr is an unapologetic business owner of an outdoor recreational and marketing company that is committed to get more Black folks out in nature, and encourage white allies to extend invites on their outdoor excursions.

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Feb. 9, 2021

EP 41: Finding Black Joy: Black Women in Nature

Nicole Jackson, Ivory Levert and Angela Mitchell are co-creators of Black Women in Nature (BWN), an initiative to connect Black women with nature through meditation, nature, hiking, and reflection in Columbus, Ohio.

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Nov. 17, 2020

EP 39: Lending a Voice to Disability Justice and an Outdoors For All

Ambika Rajyagor is a 24 year old Indian-American Outdoor/Adventure Blogger, Special Needs Advocate, and Activist. She is also the cofounder of DisablednOutdoors an online BIPOC-run community focused on representation and accessibility in the outdoors,

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Nov. 10, 2020

EP 38: Recreating in Color: Promoting Ethnic Diversity in Public Lands

Francisco, recently retired from his position as the director of recreation tourism, heritage and wilderness resources for more than 22 million acres of national forests and grasslands and national monuments in the Forest Service’s Southwestern Region.

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Oct. 20, 2020

EP 35: Ninjasticking Through the Woods to Bring Intersectionality to …

Vasu Sojitra is a professional adaptive athlete. His main passion is for skiing as well as for mountain sports ranging from trail running, rock climbing to packrafting and everything in between. Vasu has climbed peaks like the Grand Teton and …

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