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Our mission is to encourage Black adventure beyond the stereotypes and narratives of what Black people "don't do".

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Our goal is to show a real representation of Black people adventuring and provide information on how to access outdoor spaces and adventure activities that have been white facing/focused for far too long.

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I am currently creating the National Black Adventure Directory (registered non-profit 501(c)3 ) as a guide to provide representation, information, and accessibility to the outdoors and adventure activities and spaces.
 
I envision it as partially contributor-based so that when visiting, you know we are sharing this adventure from the first-hand experience. I want to share them like adventure stories from the Black perspective. For me to encourage adventure, it's a priority to feel safe in these spaces.

To continue encouraging and truly provide a visual representation of what adventure can be, I, (Courtney, The UB founder) will be road tripping through May 2022 throughout the South. I will be creating an on-going docu-series of Black Americans who love and play in the outdoors regardless of current popularity of it. I will be connecting with and interviewing Black adventurers and Black-owned adventure businesses along the way. You can help me along by donating to my GoFundMe below. 
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