Outdoor Afro seeks ‘Black joy’ by finding sanctuary — and solace — in nature

Read the full story in the Chicago Sun-Times.

Outdoor Afro, a national nonprofit, aims to connect Black people with nature and cultivate Black leadership outdoors. Chapters around the country organize outdoor activities, including hiking, canoeing, birding, rock-climbing, ice skating, sailing and biking. In the winter, it’s cold-weather experiences, such as snow-shoeing and skiing, or indoor events like archery or a trip to a natural history museum.

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