GET OUT... hike!
Look out for upcoming events!
This photo is from our most recent hike at the Pogonip.
Date and Location:
4. 13. 2019, 10 AM starts at UCSC Women’s center
Lower Pogonip Loop
- Build solidarity and community for the African/Black/Caribbean scholars in Santa Cruz
- Provide a fun, comfortable, and educational environment for ABC community to enjoy the outdoors and discuss relevant issues in earth, environmental and space sciences.
- Hailey Davis, UCSC undergrad in History and AARC Intern
- Hafsa Mohamed, UCSC grad student in HistCon.
- Myriam Telus, UCSC assistant professor in Earth and Planetary Sciences, contact email@example.com with questions.
What to bring:
- Comfy clothes and shoes
- Hat, sunglasses and/or sunblock
Lunch will be provided!
Ohlone land acknowledgement:
Ohlone is the collective name of the indigenous people of central California. Pogonip and UCSC, where we will enjoy our hike, were originally inhabited by the Uypi Tribe of the Awaswas Nation. Today these lands are represented by the Amah Mutsun Tribal Band who are the descendants of the Awaswas and Mutsun Nations whose ancestors were taken to Mission Santa Cruz and Mission San Juan Bautista during Spanish colonization of the Central Coast. Today the Amah Mutsun are working hard to fulfill their obligation to the Creator to care for and steward the Earth and all living things through relearning efforts and the Amah Mutsun Land Trust. Learn more: Living on Ohlone Land