Outdoors: Getting Outside with Black Folks Camp Too
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,
Black Folks Camp Too
“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
How ‘Black Folks Camp Too’ Is Making the Outdoors More Diverse
Black Folks Camp Too is on a mission to promote unity in the outdoors while getting more of the Black community out enjoying nature.
Earl B. Hunter, Jr. wants to make Black folks feel safe outdoors—and level the economic playing field in the process.
Football Coach Buddy Pough Joins Effort to Attract More African Americans to the Great Outdoors
SC State University Head Football Coach Oliver “Buddy” Pough is wrapping up a Tailgate Tour of South Carolina state parks this weekend at Sesquicentennial to launch a marketing initiative designed to draw more African Americans to the great outdoors.
Black Folks Camp Too is blazing the trail to a more inclusive outdoors
Brevard, NC - Black Folks Camp Too is blazing the trail to a more inclusive outdoors with our mission of removing fears, adding knowledge, and inviting “more” Black Folks to camp
Black Folks Camp Too aims to get Black people hiking, camping, into the outdoor economy
Founder and president of marketing-based company Black Folks Camp Too hopes to use his influence to encourage more Black people to enjoy the outdoors.
Black Folks Camp Too Changes Industry Narrative, Adds Push for Diversity and Inclusion
I first learned to camp as a Girl Scout at Patapsco State Park, just outside my hometown of Baltimore, Md. I enjoyed learning to pitch a tent, hiking, birdwatching and sitting around the campfire roasting marshmallows for s’mores. But I hated having to dig a latrine in the dirt
The Health Benefits of Venturing Outdoors
It’s June 2020 and by now we have all seen the reports that Black Folks and black communities are being ravaged by COVID-19. Not all organizations or states are breaking COVID-19 contraction