Virtual Middlebury

Open to the Public

Images of three women outside

Join Carolyn Finney, Artist-in-Residence at Middlebury’s Franklin Environmental Center, in conversation with Sophia Danenberg, the first African American and the first black woman to climb to the summit of Mount Everest (2006).

Moderated by Teresa Baker, outdoor diversity activist, writer, and founder of the In Solidarity Project, an organization designed to increase diversity and inclusion in outdoor spaces by working with outdoor industry companies and CEOs.

Black Women talking about race and the great outdoors, then and now.

Sponsored by Fostering Inclusive Recreation Experiences (FIRE), Middlebury Mountain Club, Franklin Environmental Center at Hillcrest, Anderson Freeman Center, Program in Environmental Studies, Office of the Provost.

Please register to join this virtual event here

Sponsored by:
Environmental Affairs

Contact Organizer

Wiseman, Janet
(802) 443 - 5710