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Welcome to the 2020 Refuge Outdoor Festival Virtual Camp-in! This event is geared toward Black, Indigenous, People of Color being centered and uplifted in the outdoors, white allies welcome. Take refuge and do as much, or as little as you would like. 

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Friday, September 18 • 8:15pm - 9:15pm
Black Reel-ness!

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Grab your popcorn and tune in for these outdoor-focused films created by Black filmmakers! Naa Akua will moderate a talk-back with filmmaker Analise Cleopatra following the viewing.

  • Pedal Through (dir. Analise Cleopatra, Aly Nicklas)- Despite never having camped or ridden a bike off the pavement, Analise Cleopatra sets out to take on a week-long backcountry mountain biking adventure in Central Oregon on a journey of self healing and growth. Along with fellow beginner Dejuanae Toliver and professional mountain biker Brooklyn Bell, she discovers the joy of sleeping under the stars, the power of biking and the strength that comes with pedaling through.
  • Royaltee (dir. Kamari Bright)- This poetic short film highlights the hidden nobility of even the persecuted parts of Black culture among the majestic backdrop of the Pacific Northwest.

Speakers
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Naa Akua

Emcee
Naa Akua, was a 2019 Citizen University Poet-in-Residence. They are queer poet, emcee, teaching artist’s and Gregory Award-winning actor.

Artists
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Analise Cleopatra

An artist and filmmaker. I make the inanimate; emote.
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Kamari Bright

Creative, Kamari Bright LLC
Kamari Bright (she/her/hers) is an emerging creative who has had poetry featured in “NILVX: A Book of Magic,” “2018 Jack Straw Writers Anthology,” “Moss,” and Bellwether Arts Week. Her video poems have screened at 8th International Video Poetry Festival, Seattle Black... Read More →


Friday September 18, 2020 8:15pm - 9:15pm PDT
Room 2 Zoom