Jacqueline Scott

PhD Student in Social Justice Education, University of Toronto, Canada; writer, “Black Outdoors” blog

PhD Student in Social Justice Education at the University of Toronto, Canada.  She writes the “Black Outdoors” blog and is an avid bird watcher.

Jacqueline Scott on KCRW

Exploring the Great Outdoors has long provided adventure, discovery, peace and wonderment.

“It’s like, what are you doing here?”: The complicated intersection of race and outdoor recreation

Exploring the Great Outdoors has long provided adventure, discovery, peace and wonderment.

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