Industry headlines: Intriguing reads from around the web

What you can do right now: This list of resources can help outdoor industry professionals educate themselves about Black Lives Matter and become better allies to those fighting for justice and inclusion. [The Trek]

#BlackBirdersWeek: Last month, a white woman called the police on a Black man birdwatching in Central Park. In response, a new campaign aims to call attention to Black birders. [Backpacker]

Ski resorts speak out: Some of Colorado’s ski resorts are declaring their support for Black Lives Matter. [Out There Colorado]

PPE creates jobs: Some outdoor brands are hiring as the demand for face masks and other PPE creates new business. [Citizen Times]

Yellowstone employees test negative: 43 non-symptomatic frontline employees at Yellowstone National Park were tested for coronavirus. All the tests came back negative. [Wyoming News Now]

Open, closed, open, closed: Speaking of parks, the Grand Canyon is set to open—again. After shuttering for nearly two months, the park reopened for Memorial Day weekend, closed again, and now will reopen a second time. [The Daily Item]

Hurricanes are coming: The Atlantic hurricane season has begun. It’s not looking good so far. [Grist]

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Leadership changes at Backcountry: Melanie Cox takes over as CEO, replacing Jonathan Nielsen, and Sarah Crockett assumes the new role of chief marketing officer.

#CoolShop in Cleveland: The Cleveland Outpost, a new independent retailer, has found a devoted audience by focusing on used gear.