'I Was Aspiring to Be Like My Grandmothers'

Plus, the women who fight fire and sexual harassment in the outdoor industry

Hi! I hope your weekend was great and you got to spend it with the important women in your life. I spent mine with my mom. (Hi Mom! 👋)

Here’s what I’m reading this week

Sexual Harassment in the Outdoors: Our Stories: Six women talk about their experiences with harassment while recreating or working in the outdoor industry. [Anna Callaghan, Erin Berger, and Krista Langlois for Outside]

Avalanche Survivors Face the Trauma of Living: The psychological impact of surviving a snowslide can produce post-traumatic stress disorder and a loop of shame and guilt. [Cassidy Randall for the Guardian]

'I Was Aspiring to Be Like My Grandmothers' How Paulette Jordan’s roots influenced her campaign to become the first Native American governor in the United States [Lolade Fadulu for the Atlantic]

Des Linden Will Never Be the Same: Before last month's Boston Marathon, a big win had eluded her for years. This changes everything. [Martin Fritz Huber for Outside]

Women in Fire: Less than 10 percent of firefighters are women. But what these women lack in numbers, they make up for in guts and inspiration, paving the way for the next generation of women firefighters. [on REI]

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