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Responses to racism on Ben Nevis, the ethics of horses in sport, and thoughts on outdoors festivals

Responses to racism on Ben Nevis, the ethics of horses in sport, and thoughts on outdoors festivals

Update: 2021-08-15
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In this episode, host Francesca Turauskis is joined by All The Elements Founder Soraya Abdel-Hadi, Black Girls Hike London Leader Oge Ejizu and Outside Our Way creator Ani Patas.


Topics covered include the responses from the outdoors community (both individuals and groups) after a racist stunt on Ben Nevis; whether horses should be used in outdoors and competitive sports following controversies at the Olympics; and our opinions on outdoors festivals.


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INDIVIDUALS MENTIONED:

Haroon Mota

Zahara

Outdoors with Rehna

Amira

Jonathon Acott


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CREDITS:

The panel today was Oge Ejizu, Soraya Abdel-Hadi and Ani Patas

Produced by Francesca Turauskis

Editing and Transcript by Jack O’Driscoll

Artwork by Sophie Nolan

Music is Bassbeat by Alex Norton

Social Media by Frankie Dewar


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Responses to racism on Ben Nevis, the ethics of horses in sport, and thoughts on outdoors festivals

Responses to racism on Ben Nevis, the ethics of horses in sport, and thoughts on outdoors festivals