Diverse NPS: Cultural Survival

Photo credit: @culturalsurvival

Diverse NPS►

I am part of a coalition of fellow park enthusiasts dedicated to promoting diversity and equity in our public lands. We’ve been collaborating on posts since mid 2020.

Each month, our group spotlights a relevant organization. These organizations are working to bridge the gap between outdoor spaces and underrepresented communities. Past features include:

During the month of July, we are highlighting the work of Cultural Survival in our community effort to showcase organizations who are working towards social justice and more inclusive public lands.

Photo credit: @culturalsurvival

About Cultural Survival

Cultural Survival works toward a future that respects and honors Indigenous Peoples’ inherent rights and dynamic cultures, deeply and richly interwoven in lands, languages, spiritual traditions, and artistic expression, rooted in self-determination and self-governance.

With your support, Cultural Survival empowers and supports Indigenous Peoples to advocate for their rights — human rights, the right to participate and have a voice, the right to practice their cultures and speak their languages, the right to access the same opportunities as others, and the right to control and sustainably manage their assets and resources — so that they may determine for themselves the future they will lead.

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2 thoughts on “Diverse NPS: Cultural Survival

  1. Sounds like a great organization. I would “like” the post but ever since I installed the latest firefox browser, I can’t seem to “like” posts and have to fill out forms, then be asked if I’m who I am to log into WP. Don’t know how to fix it 🙁

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