Responses to racism on Ben Nevis, the ethics of horses in sport, and thoughts on outdoors festivals

Updated: Sep 5



In this episode, host Francesca Turauskis is joined by All The Elements Founder Soraya Abdel-Hadi, Black Girls Hike London Leader Oge Ejizu and Outside Our Way creator Ani Patas.


Topics covered include the responses from the outdoors community (both individuals and groups) after a racist stunt on Ben Nevis; whether horses should be used in outdoors and competitive sports following controversies at the Olympics; and our opinions on outdoors festivals.


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INDIVIDUALS MENTIONED:

Haroon Mota

Zahara

Outdoors with Rehna

Amira

Jonathon Acott


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The panel today was Oge Ejizu, Soraya Abdel-Hadi and Ani Patas

Produced by Francesca Turauskis

Editing and Transcript by Jack O’Driscoll

Artwork by Sophie Nolan

Music is Bassbeat by Alex Norton

Social Media by Frankie Dewar


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