We are thrilled to partner with Colour the Trails and showcase five incredible films about diversity in the outdoors, while hosting a live panel discussion on November 25 with founder Judith Kasiama. The group will dive deep and share their stories about how we can bring diversity into action on both a personal and professional level.
Films & Discussions
Live Panel DiscussionJoin us for our panel discussion, Moving Beyond Diversity. For many in our outdoor communities, 2020 has exposed the amount of work that needs to be done in the area of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI). Organizations and individuals have been working hard to foster a more diverse participation and representation in outdoor related media and storytelling. Where do we go from here? More Info
Not seeing herself reflected in the community she loves, mountain biker, skier and artist Brooklyn Bell created her own role model: a hand-drawn hero called Ruby J. With Ruby J as a guide, Brooklyn spent the next few years trying to “live like her, breathe like her, be unapologetically black like her,” and in the process shaped her own identity, one that intertwines her love for dirt, snow and art—and a voice with which to advocate for diversity and inclusion.More Info
Ru-Tsu follows snowboarder Tamo Campos on an educational journey to learn about his Japanese ancestry and his activist roots. Through reflections with his grandfather, award-winning scientist, environmentalist and broadcaster, David Suzuki, this personal film dives into themes of intergenerational trauma, passionate activism, and a family’s deep love of nature.More Info
Kindar and Guy grew up climbing everything in sight – the walls, the roof, the monkey bars, you name it. Their parents took them to a climbing gym when they were 9 years old and they instantly fell in love with the sport. The brothers started competing at the age of 11 and they’ve been on the rise ever since.More Info