Industry headlines: Intriguing reads from around the web

Building anti-racism in the outdoors: Transforming the industry will require immediate, deliberate, and sustained action. [Outside Online]

MEC in trouble: The Canadian retailer announced more layoffs as a direct result of the pandemic. [DailyHive]

New data for adventure travel companies: The Adventure Travel Trade Association has published a new report that “paints a picture of compounding losses and slow business resumption,” with some optimism mixed in.

BACKPACKER launches video series: The first episode of BACKPACKER’s new program, Get Out More TV, is now streaming.

New tariff exclusions include some outdoor products: Relief will be granted for certain bicycle helmets, fishing reels, trail cameras, and life jacket material coming from China.

John Roskelley running for office: The famed alpinist has announced his bid for the Washington State Senate. [Rock and Ice]

Condors in Sequoia: California condors have returned to Sequoia National Park for the first time in 50 years. [Los Angeles Times]

Want to become an adventure guide? The Adventure Travel Trade Association has released an in-depth virtual training course for mastering the basics of guiding.

Darrell Denny steps into new leadership role: The former executive vice president of Emerald, Outdoor Retailer’s parent company, has been named CEO of Identify Relevance, a B2B e-newsletter publishing platform. [PRWeb]

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Grassroots welcomes 10 new members: The addition marks one of the largest growth periods in the organization's history.

Camber's anti-racism agenda: The group has released a new framework for promoting anti-racism in the workplace.

Video: "People of Color in the Great Outdoors": James Edward Mills discusses race and inclusion in outdoor recreation.

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