The Great Outdoors? Tackling Structural Racism in National Parks
March 22 @ 6:00 pm
Location: JFK Jr. Forum, Harvard Kennedy School
Harvard ID holders are invited to attend a panel discussion that will examine the history of systemic racism and exclusion in America’s National Parks, public lands, and outdoor industry, and how leaders and organizations are challenging these structures and creating new equitable practices and policies.
- Tyrhee Moore, Founder and Executive Director, Soul Trak
- Reginald Chapple, Division Chief, National Park Service
- Dr. Marya T. Mtshali (Moderator), Lecturer on Studies of Women, Gender, and Sexuality, Spring 2023; Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Shorenstein Center, Harvard Kennedy School
This discussion is a part of the “Looking Back, Paying it Forward” speaker series, co-hosted by the Institute of Politics and Institutional Antiracism and Accountability Project at the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation. The series examines how reparative practices, truth commissions, and institutional reckoning with structural oppression provide ways forward for equitable change.
Please register by noon on the day of this event if you would like the possibility of attending the Forum in person. Registrants will be notified no later than 5:00 PM ET that day if a seat is available for them in the venue.
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The Forum is currently closed to those without a Harvard ID, and RSVPs are required for in-person attendance.