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Episode 1: Sharing the stoke with Olivia VanDamme

Outside Voices Podcast

Release Date: 06/17/2019

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Outside Voices Podcast

Confined behind barbed wire, 120,000 Japanese were forced to adopt new ways of living to survive incarceration during World War II. One way they found solace was through building Japanese gardens within the harsh concentration camp environment. Host and producer Sarah Shimazaki, a person of Japanese ancestry, revisits Manzanar for the 50th annual pilgrimage and digs deep to learn how inmates asserted their Japanese identity in the gardens-- precisely when they were being confined for that very identity. 

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Outside Voices Podcast

As People of the Global Majority (People of Color), what does it look like to heal our relationship to ourselves, to our planet and to each other? We’re exploring these questions and bringing you the magic and wisdom from the third annual People of the Global Majority in the Outdoors, Nature and Environment summit (PGM ONE).

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Episode 1: Sharing the stoke with Olivia VanDamme show art Episode 1: Sharing the stoke with Olivia VanDamme

Outside Voices Podcast

Olivia (she/her) is a surfer and has built her life around the sport. She finds strength in her ancestry and in indigenous stories of connection to the ocean to affirm her existence as a Latina in the surfing community. Through her role at City Surf Project, she is passionate about sharing her love for the ocean with youth in Ohlone Territory (San Francisco).

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Outside Voices Podcast

Outside Voices Podcast is driven by one simple idea: that the outdoors belongs to all of us. We all have a relationship to nature, whether through hiking, gardening, surfing, sacred ceremony or picnicking at the local park. We aim to celebrate and amplify those who don’t always see themselves reflected in the “Great Outdoors” narrative. It's time we use our outside voices to redefine the outdoor narrative through personal storytelling.

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Olivia (she/her) is a surfer and has built her life around the sport. She finds strength in her ancestry and in indigenous stories of connection to the ocean to affirm her existence as a Latina in the surfing community. Through her role at City Surf Project, she is passionate about sharing her love for the ocean with youth in Ohlone Territory (San Francisco).