What “so many of us have found in this experience of ‘sheltering in place’ is that nature never closes, that it is always at the ready, and that it is ready to heal and to teach.” Rue Mapp, nature revolutionary and founder of Outdoor Afro on the work being done to ensure equity in nature — and why it matters.Let's rewild.
This is a story of Pearl Fryer, a man who responded to a bigoted remark through nature — rising to national acclaim. This inspiring story is captured in a film, view the trailer here and you can join our friends at AVAM — home of this creative Sacred Place.Join the Virtual Movie Night on 7/16
What do you do when you move to America and you’re not made to feel welcome? For Afrouz Rahmati, you turn to nature. Here, she found respite, perspective and the strength to persevere in her new home.Hear her story.
“You can still be superwoman, but first you need to carve out time, reserve energy, and cultivate space for personal development. One way to do that is through exercise, journaling and meditation.” Yes! Follow the awesome work of the Outdoor Journal Tour for more #wehiketoheal inspiration and resources.This is a great Instagram follow!