Is This Land Your Land?
Discussions around why African Americans and other People of Color might not think so
Monday, July 6, 7pm, online program and conversation
Free of charge, RSVP required! Use this link to register and receive instructions to join the meeting. Contact Kim Hosen, firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Please join us for a community conversation with Dudley Edmondson, photographer, outdoor advocate, and author of Black & Brown Faces in America's Wild Places: African Americans Making Nature and the Environment a Part of Their Everyday Lives
Sponsored by Prince William Conservation Alliance with NAACP Prince William, Todos Supermarket, Northern Virginia Community College, Virginia Native Plant Society, Unity in the Community, Coalition to Protect Prince William, Prince William County Parks, Wetland Studies, and the National Park Service Prince William Forest Park.
- This Land is Your Land performed by Patrick Kozub
- Welcome, introductions, housekeeping with Kim Hosen, Prince William
Conservation Alliance, and Rob Johnson, Northern Virginia Community College
- Green parkland in PWC with Seth Hendler-Voss, PWC Parks, Recreation and Tourism
- Why we are here with Carlos Castro, Todos Supermarket, and Sonnie Cuffey, NAACP
- How We Got Here with Dudley Edmondson, presentation followed by conversation
- Benefits of Green Open Space with Dudley Edmondson, presentation followed by conversation