This Really Beggars belief - Canada's 'adventure gap': Why it doesn't makes sense for the great outdoors to be such a white space

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This Really Beggars belief - Canada's 'adventure gap': Why it doesn't makes sense for the great outdoors to be such a white space

Post by Didge on Fri Jun 08, 2018 11:45 pm

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'There is a sense that the outdoors is a white space, that people of colour don’t belong in that space,' Jacqueline Scott said in an interview.

Why don’t black people ski? Or hike? Or camp?

They do, of course, but more as the exception than the rule, according to research to be presented at the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences in Regina.

This observation has troubled Jacqueline Scott, an avid outdoorswoman whose experience of the wilderness in and around Toronto has led her to identify what she calls an “adventure gap,” which is the subject of her doctoral research in social justice education at the University of Toronto’s Ontario Institute for Studies in Education.

http://nationalpost.com/news/canada/canadas-adventure-gap-why-it-doesnt-makes-sense-for-the-great-outdoors-to-be-such-a-white-space

Here is a rebuttal to this leftist marxist babble

This is Lindsay Shepherd, who based on her treatment, by the PC Marxist Far left, has opened her eyes

You can see her story here

https://www.vice.com/en_ca/article/yw5dbg/wilfrid-laurier-exonerates-lindsay-shepherd-we-can-all-move-on-now

Here is her reply to this new warped and quite frankly invented bullshit from the Far left


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Re: This Really Beggars belief - Canada's 'adventure gap': Why it doesn't makes sense for the great outdoors to be such a white space

Post by eddie on Tue Jun 12, 2018 11:02 pm

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eddie wrote:I could say I care as much as you or that you care as much as me. Right?

Yes, of course.  As long as you get the point.

I always get the point. If I don’t, I ask questions until I do.

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