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#MeToo for the wildfire communityAuthor(s): Toddi Steelman; Karin Riley
Source: Wildfire. 27.3: 4-5.
Publication Series: Magazines or Trade Publications
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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DescriptionIt is hard to miss the #MeToo movement these days. The international movement against sexual harassment and assault is everywhere in conventional and social media as well as water cooler and dinner table conversation. Important in its own right, #MeToo also has been a touchstone for broader conversations about inclusivity, diversity, equity, power dynamics and the challenges of who gets to represent whom in our culture.
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CitationSteelman, Toddi; Riley, Karin. 2018. #MeToo for the wildfire community. Wildfire. 27.3: 4-5.
Keywords#MeToo, diversity, inclusivity, equity, community, wildfire management
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