https://www.acacamps.org/article/camping-magazine/out-about-creating-safe-environment-lgbtq-campers-staffOut and About: Creating a Safe Environment for LGBTQ Campers and Staff
It was June 2006. I had been conducting staff training at a coed camp in the Northeast. I had already spoken to the entire staff about the “real work” of camp, which I see as helping campers use the...
https://www.acacamps.org/article/camping-magazine/expanding-impact-camp-individual-lives-societal-changeExpanding the Impact of Camp: From Individual Lives to Societal Change
This article is part of Camping Magazine ’s series on inclusion, identifying and exploring both big picture and on-the-ground actionable pathways for application through participant...
https://www.acacamps.org/article/camping-magazine/indigenous-instructional-programming-camp-professionalsIndigenous Instructional Programming for Camp Professionals
Camp professionals are taking a greater interest in the concept of allyship , a process of unlearning and re-evaluating whereby those in positions of privilege attempt to adopt a stance...
https://www.acacamps.org/article/camping-magazine/discussing-identity-equity-authenticity-campDiscussing Identity, Equity, and Authenticity at Camp
Use these skills for developing more equitable communities where staff and campers feel included in spaces where they want to belong.
https://www.acacamps.org/article/camping-magazine/harm-hawaiian-luau-themed-camp-eventsThe Harm of Hawaiian and Luau-Themed Camp Events
Native Hawaiian Gisele Bisch discusses how luau-themed events are detrimental to the way people view Native Hawaiians and Hawaii.