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2020 Virtual NORC- Inclusion in Outdoor -Recreation-Examining Culture and Bias Workshop
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9/22/2020
When: Tuesday, September 22, 2020
2:00 pm
Where: Virtual-Register for details
United States
Contact: Laurel Harkness

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The 2020 Virtual National Outdoor Recreation Conference

Announcing FREE sessions for the 2020 Virtual National Outdoor Recreation Conference!

SORP is pleased to offer several opportunities for free during the 2020 virtual  NORC conference. With the conference theme ofOutdoors for All: Stewardship, Equity, and Wellness in Outdoor Recreation and our on-going commitment to Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, the following sessions are open to members and non-members during the conference. Session capacity is limited to 100 participants for each of these sessions in order to facilitate dialogue and engagement.  All sessions will be recorded and posted on the SORP website.

The conference website is here www.2020norc.org

And feel free to contact Laurel Harkness at laurel.harkness@recpro.org with any questions. Thanks!!

 

Tuesday, September 22, 2020
11:00am - 2:00pm PDT (3 hours) 

INCLUSION IN OUTDOOR RECREATION -EXAMINING CULTURE AND BIAS WORKSHOP
Presented by Parker McMullen-Bushman, EcoInclusive

This workshop introduces learners to the concepts of implicit bias and encourages learners to explore and reflect upon how personal values, biases and assumptions can impact the quality of daily work that we do. Building a more inclusive outdoor movement requires us to examine these deeply subconscious attitudes that span race, gender, appearance, age, wealth and much more.  Through a series of exercises, discussions and self-reflective activities participants we will examine our personal cultural competence and, increasing our ability to understand, communicate with, and effectively interact with all people.

DURING OUR TIME TOGETHER WE WILL EXPLORE:

  • Exploring the relationship between culture and bias.
  • The definition of unconscious bias and the cognitive processes which enable it
  • Exploring Systems of oppression- How are they set up? How do we perpetuate them?

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