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“Colorado native Heather Balogh Rochfort’s new book “Women Who Hike” is set to publish in the spring of 2019”
Three African American hikers describe fears and stereotypes they have faced – and why they love hitting the trails
…I finally realized that my inner discomfort is rooted in a feeling of not-belonging. The problem is that we live in a society dominated by whiteness, and I will always be othered because I am not white.
Many comments from other hikers—even something seemingly innocuous like “You’re doing a great job!”—are meant to be supportive and encouraging, but they don’t always come off that way. These comments are, sometimes indirectly, about our bodies.
We're back with five Women of Color speaking about our experiences within the skydiving community.
The news of Tamir Rice’s death was a shock to many around the country. To others, the consequences of being Black in the United States is a narrative that has shaped the conversations and identity of many individuals and families in America.
Sometimes falling in love with your passion can easily happen, by just taking a simple vacation. This is how Chelsea Griffie fell in love with climbing. She decided to spend three months in Brazil, where she ended up climbing at Pao de Acucar, “The Sugarloaf.” Pao de Acucar primarily consists of sport and traditional climbing