A conversation with three trailblazers paving the way for representation, growth, and connection in the outdoors and outdoor industry.
We're back with Chad Brown of Soul River Inc for Part 3 of Systemic Racism on Public Lands - The New Mavericks.
In this edition we're be joined by three trailblazers paving the way for representation, growth, and connection in the outdoors and outdoor industry.
Courtney Lanctot, The Unpopular Black Courtney's vision and The Unpopular Black's mission is to encourage adventure beyond the stereotypes and narratives of what Black people “don't do”. It's purpose is to provide representation, information, and accessibility to indoor and outdoor adventures, both mentally and physically. Courtney's vision is not for inclusion but for acknowledging and increasing the presence of Blackness within the adventure industry.
Douglas Barclift, Owner of Big Bus Paddle Sports Douglas is a U.S. Airforce Veteran, backcountry skier, mountain climber, Soul River Inc volunteer, and owner of Big Bus Paddle Sports.
Arlando Chiles, President of Campfire Evolution Hello my name is Arlando Chiles, president of Campfire Evolution. I'm a son, a husband, a father, an avid outdoorsman, and my objective is bridging minds saving lives one backstrap at a time. My goal is to heal others with the outdoors.