Andrea Stephenson, a librarian in the UK, has written the blog I wished I had had the eloquence to write. She loves walking in nature; it grounds her. She expresses how it might feel if she were not white.
From her post (not the beginning)
I take it for granted that I can walk where I want to walk without needing to have an explanation. I take it for granted that I belong in this space, that I belong in nature and should have a relationship with it. When I walk, I draw on memory, history, past and present to find my place in the world. Very occasionally I’ve felt vulnerable, as a woman alone, but in general I don’t think twice about my safety. Somehow I feel no harm will come to me among nature.
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