The Guardian: Wanderlust on Stolen Land – How to mindfully explore the U.S. outdoors
The Atlantic: How millennials are changing travel
The Atlantic: Traveling teaches students in a way schools can’t
REI Co-op Journal: What POC Backpacking Culture Looks Like
REI Co-op Journal: Rediscovering Latino Culture Outside
Bay Nature: Experiencing “awe” in nature can bring healing
Sierra Magazine: The people of color who keep outdoorsy towns running
Sierra Magazine: Digging for Answers — In California, an Indigenous archaeologist uncovers his own culture
Nature Conservancy: A More Open Outdoors— A Conversation with Marcela Maldonado Medina
Roadtrippers Magazine: Women of color are reshaping the outdoors travel industry
Teens of Color Abroad Blog: Dear Young Explorer
The Outbound: “Reclaiming the Land Series”
- Introduction: Living with Two Feet on the Shore
- Part 1: A Conversation with Brandi Mack
- Part 2: Keya Meggett’s Story
- Part 3: A conversation with the founders of Shelterwood Collective
- What the Land has Held
- Recognizing Land Trauma
Ancestry and the Latin American Diaspora
NBC News: In the United States, I learned that Spanish was shameful
The Atlantic: Why many Latinos dread going to the doctor
Vox: My immigrant family achieved the American Dream. Then I started to question it.
Bitterroot Magazine: Latinx artists fight to stay in the Mission
Sexuality and Queerness
The Atlantic: The plight of being a gay teacher
The Lily by the Washington Post: Pride month is full of possibility. I’ll miss celebrating this year.
Sierra Magazine: Out and proud in the backcountry — NOLS’s all-LGBTQ expedition provides a safe space for queer outdoor adventurers
The Body: Rebirth of Queer – Carol Queen on past, present, and future queer life in San Francisco
Power and privilege
The Atlantic: Why teachers of color quit
The Atlantic: Is it possible to teach children to be less prejudiced?
The Atlantic: Should schools teach kids to meditate?
Innovate Public Schools: Why we need to close the “belief gap”
Matador Network: The travel industry thinks millennials are out to change the world. Here’s a reality check.
Matador Network: Let’s stop pretending our travels to developing countries automatically help the poor.
Matador Network: 4 things study abroad programs get wrong (and what we can do about it)
Matador Network: Cruise lines have started promoting social justice tourism. Here’s why we should be skeptical.
She Explores Episode 70: Breaking Ground for Others — Camping with the National Parks Conservation Association
She Explores Episode 71: Advocating for Parks Near and Far — Camping with the National Parks Conservation Association