Black Folks Camp Too isn’t trying to further segregate the outdoors, which Hunter says is already one of the most segregated places in the world. “Probably more than barber shops and churches,” he says. “What we want is for more Black folks to enjoy the 640 acres of public land that we pay for. Our job is to educate. We’re not here to twist arms,

“Treat Everyone, Everywhere, Equally.” That’s the simple and profound message behind Black Folks Camp Too’s Unity Blaze, which depicts the campfires that bring us together and the “blaze” that is internationally known as a symbol of navigation

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