National Parks Traveler – Legacy on the Land Book Review

“I saw a big connection between our disrespect for nature and the disrespect we show to ourselves and for each other” – Audrey Peterman.

Many national park enthusiasts can recite the history of the system or their favorite site by memory. They laud the conservationists and leaders who knew we must protect precious natural landscapes for future generations, they know the first national park (Yellowstone), and the year the National Park Service was founded (1916). But how many know of the contributions of people of color to our national parks?

Read the entire book review at National Parks Traveler!

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