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AORE recognizes that there is an "adventure gap" in America. Some demographic and socioeconomic groups are underrepresented in outdoor recreation and education. In an effort to close this gap, AORE will strive to do the following:
We will seek out and welcome people from all communities into our profession and our membership, and encourage them to participate in the affairs of the association as committee and task force members, conference presenters, and as members of the AORE Board of Directors.
We will encourage our members to be inclusive in the operation of the programs they provide to students, military populations, and the general public.
We will reflect on the ways in which our community has excluded people from marginalized backgrounds, and strive to reduce the barriers faced by these individuals through direct outreach and other means.
We will establish an expectation of mutual respect in the interactions that happen across our Association.
We will look for opportunities to promote diversity and inclusion in our partnerships with other organizations.
We will continue to be a learning-centered organization that values the perspectives and contributions of all people.
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Honor Native Land - A Guide and Call to Acknowledgement | U.S. Department of Arts and Culture
Public Lands in the United States | Examining the past to build a more equitable future: A Curriculum by The Wilderness Society and The Avarna Group