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Postponed: Nature Night, Centering Justice and Identity – Building Inclusive Scientific Communities for Our Shared Future

This event has been postponed due to COVID-19. We will update this page once we have a new date on the calendar.

Sprinavasa Brown, co-founder of Camp ELSO Inc., has a deep passion for social justice, racial equity in education, and solving complex problems facing communities of color. 

Join us for Nature Night to learn how she and her team are breaking down barriers and decolonizing science to make the outdoors and environmental education more inclusive. She’ll share her experience in creating space for youth of color in STEAM and the outdoors in a majority setting with limited influence of Whiteness; the dominant culture that influences societal norms.

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For registration questions, please contact Matthew Hushbeck, mhushbeck@audubonportland.org

Kids at Camp Elso

About Sprinavasa Brown

Sprinavasa is a recognized change agent, community leader, and advocate for education, equity, and inclusion. Sprinavasa along with Dr. Kellianne Richardson created Camp ELSO to cultivate an environment they never had: a place where youth of color have the opportunity to see people who look like them as their science teachers, and career mentors. Sprinavasa is a recipient of the Bonner Scholars Award at Oberlin College for outstanding community leadership and service. She has earned a BA from Oberlin with a double major in Biology and African American Studies, and a MA in Communication and Leadership Studies from Gonzaga University. Sprinavasa has experience advising and working alongside local agencies and regional government to further communication, engagement, and outreach to communities of color.

Details

Date:
April 14
Time:
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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Venue

Alberta Abbey
126 NE Alberta St.
Portland, 97211 United States
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Website:
https://www.albertaabbey.org/