June 4, 2020
Supper happy of the conversation I had with Sháán díín Cedar , who is an avid outdoors woman, in fact, Sháán díín is one of the ambassadors for Native Outdoors!
In the season finale of our podcast, we talk about her advocacy for people of colors to enjoy the outdoors.
Sháán díín also shares how we can help the Navajo Nation during the pandemic, and the ways indigenous people knowledge and storytelling need to be heard to protect our planet.
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I do have a ask for you.
The Covid epidemic has underlined the fact that low income communities get the brunt of all crisis impacts.
American Indian tribes, and specifically the Navajo Nation, have been some of the hardest hit by the COVID-19 crisis.
On a per capita basis, the Navajo Nation is #3 right behind NY & NJ in terms cases and deaths.
We are asking for your support to help raise funds and to help provide masks and hand sanitizer for these communities through a fundraiser being organized by Natives Outdoors, an organization elevating native and indigenous people in the outdoors.
Option 1: Purchase a Bears Ears Petroglyph / Covid-19 relief print on our site. All proceeds go towards purchasing masks and hand sanitizer to be shipped to those in need. https://tinyurl.com/yb476lye
Option 2: Donate directly to vetted relief organizations. https://tinyurl.com/y9xo3sn9
Information on both options are outlined on the natives-outdoors.org website.
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