The Sea League

The Sea League aims to restore the relationship between youth 6-14 years old and the ocean. Mindful of the history of denied access to the outdoors that Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) have faced, The Sea League believes that the underrepresentation of communities of color in coastal communities is connected to fear, generational trauma and is reinforced by the lack of representation. As such, a priority of the program is to facilitate outings to the ocean that feel safe for communities of color. This program was birthed indirectly from a George Floyld paddle out and it seeks to continue cultivating an inviting culture for BIPOC communities to enjoy the outdoors and to become primed as environmental leaders of the future via water play.

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