Ep. #88: Like the Time We Had To Be Rescued On Lake Michigan By A Speedboat

Rebecca Kling, at one with nature

Rebecca Kling is an amazing educator, activist and artist, and also a huge fan of summer camp. We talk about her time growing up at a variety of day camps in the Chicago area, as well as her involvement with Camp Aranu’tiq, a traditional sleepaway camp for trans youth.

We have a great conversation about the evolution of camps and the work being done on inclusivity, the concept of nudity at summer camps and whether the viewpoint on that has evolved, as well as tell fun stories about writing song parodies and needing to be rescued on Lake Michigan.

Don’t waste a minute, take a listen!

Episode links:
Rebecca Kling
Camp Aranu’tiq
365 Things To Remind You Of Camp – still a few left!

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