Alex Temblador is an internationally-published travel writer and the award-winning author of Secrets of the Casa Rosada and the upcoming novel, Half Outlaw. The Mixed Latinx writer is based in Dallas, Texas, and has had publications in Conde Nast Traveler, Travel + Leisure, Roadtrippers, Architectural Digest, The Daily Beast, Lonely Planet, GEN by Medium, TravelPulse, TimeOut, among many others. She's best known for her articles on diversity, inclusion, and equity in the areas of travel, art, and design. Learn more at AlexTemblador.com.
National Geographic is set to publish outdoor journalist James Edward Mills’ second book, "Unhidden," which examines the historical connections Black people have to areas managed by the National Park Service
A stroke of good luck saved Slim Pickins Outfitters from closing during the pandemic. Now, the owners are using the new interest in their shop to help people of color find autonomy, ownership, and space in the outdoors.