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On Being Black Outside

Nature is for everyone — yet the outdoors are consistently offered only as a White refuge

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ItIt takes time and pressure. Six hundred million years ago, what would one day be Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area sat beneath the ocean. Nearly two miles of sediment formed into a layer of white limestone; over eons, the Earth’s crust rose, displacing more sediment…

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