Posted by: Sandy Steinman | June 6, 2020

Black Voices in Nature

from Bay Nature Magazine

In concert with the national conversation and protests about systemic police violence against black lives, there is simultaneously, and inseparably, a discussion about being #BlackInNature, #BlackBirders, and equal access to nature, galvanized by a racist incident between a black man birder and white woman walking her dog in New York’s Central Park on May 25, the same day George Floyd was killed.

We acknowledge the work we at Bay Nature have to do to cover the region more equitably, and understand the world better. We’re committed to continuing to diversify our contributors, sources, and stories, and to covering all aspects of the natural world, not just the ones we’ve been privileged to see.

In an effort to foster conversation about diversity in the outdoors and conservation, this week’s newsletter highlights stories, new and from the archives, of black voices in nature.

Read more Black Voices in Nature

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