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These layers herald a bold, new, sleeveless future

After more than a year of racial upset and diversity work, our industry still has a long way to go

The historic expedition was announced at Outdoor Retailer's summer show in Denver this month

The research and development designer shares her story and inspiration

A 31-year veteran of the outdoor industry offers a personal history of race relations in the action sports business and considers whether current activism is setting the stage for lasting change

True inclusivity takes movement on both sides: people of color developing their leadership skills and outdoor brands giving them the runway

In what many hope is a new chapter for diversity, equity, and inclusion in the outdoor industry, four leading organizations unite with a public statement and commitment to do better

On the way toward a more diverse outdoor community, mistakes will be made. But one 30-year veteran of the industry sees progress where others see only problems

The DEI activist writes how we all play a role in bettering the outdoor industry, following mistakes made by the Boulder-based organization

Where do we go from here on the journey toward DEI in the outdoor industry?

The Pledge, announced to a packed house at Outdoor Retailer Snow Show, was intended to bring the industry together, but ignited a wave of skepticism and criticism instead

The nature-loving drag queen strutted the show floor on Day Two, drawing a crowd and making a statement for LGBTQ inclusivity in the outdoors

Founder of the advocacy organization African American Nature and Parks Experience, Teresa Baker, is asking outdoor industry CEOs to sign her Diversity Pledge

Thanks to a bold movement led by activists and athletes, the outdoors at last is on its way to becoming a more inclusive playground. It’s about damn time.

Zinke's strategic plan for the next four years shows no intention of addressing diversity, equity, and inclusion in our public lands

Partnering with an organization that helps underrepresented young adults find internships is surprisingly simple. And it's likely to be highly effective.

Black and brown people are conspicuously absent in our parks, forests, trails and rivers, as well as in the aisles of our industry's trade shows and offices, says author James Mills. Here, he offers insights as to why it's vitally important to add more color to the natural world, and 5 things you can do to grow diversity.