Dive into the captivating history of the iconic National Park Service uniform with National Park Ranger Robert Anderson. Through this enlightening lecture, attendees will embark on a journey that traverses not just timelines but also gender and racial perspectives.
The National Park Service uniform is a symbol recognized globally. But beneath the fabric and insignias, lies a history steeped in tradition, evolution, and societal reflections. Anderson sheds light on how the uniform has evolved over the years, reflecting broader shifts in society, especially in terms of gender and racial inclusivity.
About the Presenter:
National Park Ranger Robert Anderson has been an integral part of the National Park Service for over a decade. Passionate about history, preservation, and education, he brings a unique perspective to the intricacies and evolution of the uniform and what it represents in a broader societal context.
Bring a keen sense of curiosity, questions, and an eagerness to learn. The lecture is a blend of visuals, artifacts, and engaging narrative that promises to be both informative and thought-provoking.