Grand Canyon celebrates Black History Month

Above, from left to right: Victoria Allen, Albright Training Center; Rose Pruitt, NPS chief of the Office of Equal Opportunity Programs; David Vela, NPS associate director of Workforce Relevancy and Inclusion; Audrey Peterman, author of "Legacy on the Land" and "The National Park System: A Glue that Holds America Together;" Dave Uberuaga, Grand Canyon National Park superintendent; Laura Rotegard, Albright Training Center Superintendent; Diane Chalfant, deputy park superintendent; Justine Stout, Albright Training Center and Deidra King-Ross, Albright Training Center's administrative officer. Below: Peterman accepts a junior ranger badge and plaque from Allen and Vela after her presentation. During Peterman's March 3 public presentation, she explained how the Park Service represents a collective legacy as a nation and why the Grand Canyon transcends humanity's manmade differences. Dana Belcher/NPS


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