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Racism in the Fishing Industry: A Discussion with Erica Nelson and Cherilynn Tsosie
Our world is facing two pandemics; COVID-19 and racism. With protests popping up all across the nation and the world after George Floyd's death, conversations around race are happening more and more frequently in many spheres including the outdoor industry. These conversations are long overdue and the fishing industry is certainly not exempt from upholding these structures of racial oppression, as barriers to entry for this sport are incredibly high. Tune into this conversation with Brown Folks Fishing Ambassadors Erica Nelson and Cherilynn Tsosie to hear about the intersection of indigenous perspectives, feminism, conservation, and white supremacy. And white womxn and womxn's fishing communities: we are responsible for upholding racial exclusivity as well. Listen in to Episode 2 to learn more about the role we play in perpetuating it on the water.Links Mentioned:Cherilynn's Instagram: @reel_fly_nativeErica's Instagram: @awkwardanglerBrown Folk's Fishing's Instagram: @brownfolksfishingREAL Consulting - consultreal.orgemail: firstname.lastname@example.orgCherilynn's Contact Info: email@example.comErica's Contact Info: firstname.lastname@example.org
Episode 1: Natalie's fishing journey and her motivations to start Women in Waders
Learn about the motivations behind the podcast Women in Waders from Host Natalie Davey. Natalie shares the story of her personal connection and love for fishing and how it led her to create a podcast devoted to empowering fisherwomxn everywhere.