The 2892 Miles to Go Geographic Walk for Justice is a social justice geo-inquiry project amplifying community stories led and told by those who live there. Our hope is to become the antidote to Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's eloquent definition of "The Danger of a Single Story" by holding space and elevating the stories of many.
We seek to amplify educators, young change-makers, community leaders & storytellers - we call them Wayfinders - who journey along selected routes in their own communities in an effort re-examine, retell, and reteach stories of injustice embedded within human history and culture.
We use the National Geographic Geo-Inquiry process as a foundation for our work while embarking upon Wayfinding Journeys co-designed by community leaders & educators immersed in liberatory consciousness, social justice, and place-based learning. Learn more about our process here.