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Black People Outside

Chevon Linear and Kameron Stanton started Black People Outside to encourage others to enjoy the outdoors

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Black People Outside

Chevon Linear and Kameron Stanton started Black People Outside to encourage others to enjoy the outdoors

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Chicagoans work to introduce more Black people to the great outdoors

Chevon Linear and Kameron Stanton started Black People Outside to encourage others to enjoy the outdoors

Courtesy of Black People Outside

   

Almost 70% of visitors to national parks in the U.S. are white, and Black people are the most underrepresented group to visit them.

Reset meets the Chicago couple working to change that through their popular TikTok account Black People Outside and through meet-up events. Plus, the founder of a group that is creating community, safety and an appreciation for the history of the South Shore neighborhood by convening Black women, girls and gender non-conforming people to do walking tours through the neighborhood.

GUESTS: Chevon Linear, co-founder Black People Outside

Kameron Stanton, co-founder Black People Outside

Yvonne Welbon, founder, CEO of Sisters in Cinema and the Sister Outsider program

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