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Nature is for Everyone: Black and Brown Faces in America’s Wild Places
An evening with author, photographer, and outdoor advocate Dudley Edmondson (Read more here)
Saturday, March 21 2020 - Click for Schedule of Events and Locations
at Northern Virginia Community College, Woodbridge Campus, Lakeside Theater, 2645 College Drive, Woodbridge, VA 22191
Free of Charge, Registration Required. Space is limited! Please register at https://GoOutside.eventbrite.com/
Join us for a day of education and inclusiveness with author, photographer, and outdoor advocate Dudley Edmondson. Author of Nature is for Everyone: Black and Brown Faces in America’s Wild Places, Mr. Edmondson's talk explores the issues faced by minorities in the great outdoors, and captures the importance of connecting to our conservation heritage for all cultures and races.
We will kick-start the day with a morning walk led by Mr. Edmondson at Prince William Forest Park. Regrouping later in the evening for a reception/social, with heavy appetizers and non-alcoholic beverages, and a book signing provides opportunities to extend the community dialogue, encourage networking, and give people a chance to chat with each other and our main speaker, Mr. Edmondson. Read more...
Schedule of Events - Saturday, March 21 2020
- 10:00am to noon – Led by Dudley Edmondson, hike through Prince William Forest Park,18170 Park Entrance Road, Triangle, Pine Grove Picnic Area
- 6:00pm – Outdoor talk at Northern Virginia Community College, Woodbridge Campus, 2645 College Drive, Woodbridge, Free parking in Lot B
- 6:30pm – Reception with speaker and program partners
- 7:30pm – Talk by Dudley Edmondson
- 8:15pm – Community Conversation, Q&A
- 9:00om – Book purchase and signing, conversation
Nature without question is for everyone. It knows no race, creed or gender and is cheaper than any therapist you could ever hire. -- Dudley Edmondson