Pathways to racial equity outdoors [podcast] Audio Document uri icon
  • Health and well-being create a perspective that activates the way the world engages with us. Activities that are nature-based, happen outdoors and have an element of adventure lead to self-discovery, connection to the environment and building communities. Anthony Taylor, of the Metropolitan Parks and Open Space Commission, shares how riding his bike through Minneapolis one day during college led to a lifelong journey of health, wellness and education centered on nature, outdoors and adventure. Much of Taylor’s work has been dedicated to connecting communities of color to movement and the outdoors.

  • publication date
  • 2022
  • Research
  • Health Equity
  • Health Promotion