As we face this unprecedented time for most of us during the COVID-19 pandemic, connection, community, truth and storytelling feel more important than ever. I’ve always wanted to start an Unlikely Hikers podcast and I’ve suddenly found myself with more time than is good for me. I have no experience, so why not just throw myself into this? It’s raw and imperfect and beautifully human. Scroll down for the episodes!
NEW – Episode 10 : Chelsea Murphy Colors Nature – July 1, 2020
Chelsea Murphy (she/her/hers) is a hiker, a runner, a mother of two girls and a Black woman who’s found herself in a role as a local leader for anti-racist violence in a majority-white small mountain town in Washington state. She’s on a mission to create a better, more inclusive world for her daughters. She uses hiking and trail running to balance mental health and wellness, while juggling the activist lifestyle and speaking out about social injustices. She loves a good taco, glass of red wine and a productive conversation about racism and white supremacy.
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