Industry headlines: Intriguing reads from around the web

Words require action: A wonderful reminder to the outdoor industry that, when it comes to supporting BIPOC members of your community, hashtags and black squares on Instagram are not enough. [Medium]

Save the travel photo for later: Post something anti-racist instead. [Outside Online]

BIPOC adventure grant: Speaking of action, Bikepacking Roots has created a new grant program to “help reduce the barriers to bike adventure for BIPOC individuals.” [Bike Mag]

How to celebrate Great Outdoors Month: The rules are different this year, but organizations are adapting. [Boating Industry]

Food for those in need: Colorado-based Meteorite PR hosted a food drive last week to help locals struggling with food security during the pandemic.

Where can you climb? National parks are reopening. Here’s where you can climb. [Rock and Ice]

The best of SNEWS: Top stories we've published recently

The industry speaks out: Across the outdoor space, leaders have stepped up to release statements condemning racial injustice. The next step: taking action to back up those statements.

From the archives: In an effort to amplify BIPOC voices this week, we're republishing some of our favorite pieces from the SNEWS archives. Revisit documentary filmmaker Faith Briggs and her collaboration with Merrell, "This Land," as well as James Edward Mills on tokenism vs. representation in the outdoor space, Patricia Cameron on outdoors sports' economic barriers to entry, and Latasha Dunston on representations of people of color in the outdoors.