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Laru Beya Collective Is Breaking Barriers for Black Surfers in NYC
The Laru Beya Collective Is Paving the Way for a Diverse New Generation of Surfers

With love, gratitude, and respect for the ocean and community, Laru Beya Collective is helping young Brown and Black surfers reclaim the waves

Full Circle Everest Photographer Evan Green on Gear, Fear & Summiting
Q&A: Full Circle Everest Photographer Evan Green on Gear, Fear & Summiting

Days after summiting the world's highest peak, photographer Evan Green discuss his camera gear, the expedition, and its significance

The North Face Celebrates Black Everest Climbers in Limited Collection
The North Face Celebrates Black Everest Climbers in New Limited Collection

For Black History Month, TNF aims to increase visibility for the Black mountaineering community by celebrating Sophie Danenberg and Phil Henderson

55+ Black, Indigenous & POC-Owned Outdoor Collectives to Support
56 Black, Indigenous & POC-Owned Outdoor Collectives, Nonprofits & Orgs to Support

An evolving list of BIPOC-run outdoors groups on Instagram promoting diversity and inclusion in nature

Nonprofit The Outdoorist Oath Launches to Educate & Empower Community
New Nonprofit 'The Oath' Empowers Outdoorists from All Walks of Life

Co-founded by Teresa Baker, Pattie Gonia, and José G. González, the platform aims to help create a more inclusive outdoor community

3 Gear Redistribution Groups Making the Outdoors More Accessible
These 3 Gear Redistribution Groups Are Helping Make the Outdoors More Accessible

Getting quality, used gear into the hands of underrepresented outdoorists is an impactful way to build a better, more inclusive outdoor community

Desire Discrimination Determination–Black Champions in Cycling
New Archival Image Collection Highlights the Highs & Lows of Cycling While Black

The groundbreaking historical collection underscores the lack of diversity and shortcomings of one of the world's most popular sports

Camp Yoshi Creates Epic Experiences to Get Black & Brown Folks Outside
Camp Yoshi Is Where Black Folks Can Unleash Their Inner Child, Outdoors

Adventure travel company founders Rashad, Ron & Shequeita Frazier talk fostering a space where people of color can reconnect with nature in peace

Q&A: Outrunning Stereotypes With Endurance Athlete Mirna Valerio
How the "Mirnavator" Is Changing the Narrative for Non-Traditional Athletes

The "Mirnavator" is on a mission, driving by a passion for running and the outdoors and a dedication to inclusion and diversity

Inside Slim Pickins, America's First Black-Owned Outdoor Shop
Video: America's First Black-Owned Outdoor Shop, Slim Pickins Outfitters

A short documentary by Outbound Collective looks at how and why the shop came to be, and what it represents in the outdoor industry

Q&A: Judith Kasiama, Founder of POC Outdoor Group Colour the Trails
Q&A with Judith Kasiama, Founder of Colour the Trails—An Outdoor Group for POC & Allies

The Congolese Canadian on building communities as a refugee, the need for inclusivity not just diversity, advocating through action, and asking for help

How Allmansright Makes Ultralight Hiking Equipment in New York City
Outdoor Gear Lab Allmansright Makes Ultralight Hiking Equipment in NYC

Meet the Dominican-born, Bronx-based designer and his Swedish partner diversifying and uniting the outdoors through the joys of UL hiking

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