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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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Community Gatherings [clear filter]
Saturday, September 19
 

6:30pm PDT

Community Gathering: It's a Groove
Hosted by Naa Akua, this enjoy good music and laughs! Electric cellist, Gretchen Yanover will be kicking off the evening before we connect in regional breakouts. Will wrap up this event with a performance by Dakota Camacho

Agenda:
Welcome & Land Acknowledgement
Recorded Performance- Gretchen Yanover
Regional Breakout Rooms
Recorded Performance & Live Conversation-Dakota Camacho

**ASL will be provided for this session**

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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Dakota Camacho

Musician
Dakota Camacho (Guiya, Yo'ña)  creates in service of inafa'maolek (unity with Creation). As a Matao artist living in Duwamish Territory, Dakota aims to exemplify how Indigenous life ways can help us navigate our current crises with integrity, courage, and creativity.  
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Gretchen Yanover

Musician
Locally grown cellist Gretchen Yanover began playing cello in Seattle Public Schools. She earned a BA in Music Performance and her Washington Teaching Certificate from UW. Gretchen won a position in NW Sinfonietta Orchestra on the same day she taught her first string orchestra classes... Read More →


Saturday September 19, 2020 6:30pm - 8:00pm PDT
Room 2 Zoom