A series of resources for helping outdoor orientation program leaders. Collated by Mark Ceder, University of San Diego. Using Personal Affirming to Create Healing - by Denise Mitten
Date Posted: Jul 11, 2016
Date Posted: Sep 04, 2022
Hailing from a broken cultural past, a new generation of Indigenous youth find constructive outlets in the outdoors that provide new perspectives on ancestral lands, community, and culture in a way that forges new opportunities to heal, come together and grow into the future.
Date Posted: Jul 17, 2022
The Outdoor Afro Paddle Camp prepares volunteers to become certified canoeing and kayaking instructors. It's led by NRS ambassador, accredited paddling instructor, and outdoor school leader Todd Johnstone-Wright.
Date Posted: Jul 04, 2022
Deaf climber Sonya Wilson overcame discrimination, isolation, and seemingly insurmountable obstacles as a child to become the woman she is today—a force of nature changing the face of the climbing world.
Date Posted: Jun 26, 2022
The Wind River runs deep for the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho Tribes. They pray alongside the river. They pray for the river. They pray with the river. But what happens when your river is highjacked by a ruthless system that would stop at nothing to control the resource?
Date Posted: Mar 14, 2022
A story spanning nearly a decade, Changing the Flow shows the world what can happen when women defy strict societal norms to find and create a life of their own.
Date Posted: Mar 06, 2022
Martin Johnson embarks on his most challenging run, as he explores the connection between Black British history and the River Thames. Martin attempts to set a new fastest known time on the 184-mile Thames Path—running from the Thames Barrier in London to the source of the river in the Cotswolds.
Date Posted: Feb 13, 2022
Shawn Hayes leads a life of devotion. For him, falconry is more than a deep partnership with raptors: it’s his life’s work. As an American falconry ambassador, he’s carved a space for himself where people of color haven’t always been welcome.
Date Posted: Jan 30, 2022
This film follows HBCUs Outside FAMU Ambassador Adrian Wilson leading an experience for Rattlers Outside with support from Black Diamond Equipment. How you can get involved? 1. Watch, Like, & Share the film! 2. Become an Ambassador! If you're an HBCU student, apply today!
Date Posted: Jan 23, 2022
“Spirit of the Peaks” is a film about the struggle for balance between two worlds. For Hunkpapa Lakota skier Connor Ryan, skiing in Ute Territory has always raised questions about being in reciprocity with the land and its people.