One writer finds encouragement and camaraderie with other underrepresented skiers on an outing with the BIPOC Mountain Collective.
Myia Antone wants more women from First Nations to discover what she has: that floating through powder in the backcountry is a kind of homecoming.
The BIPOC Mountain Collective is bringing more diversity to the hill, but it's about so much more than shredding the gnar.
Get to know these nonprofits that are walking the walk when it comes to making skiing more inclusive for everyone.
Tribal ski resorts are doing well despite the massive challenges they face. Here's what they've learned, and what all can learn going forward.
Renowned mountain guide Jessica Baker worked hard to become the first woman to tackle some of skiing’s biggest lines. Now, she’s focused on diversifying the space.
The Ikon Pass parent company allies with the Share Winter Foundation to help further diversify skiing this season.
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In many ways, the image of Errol Kerr looks familiar, but the origin story of this image is unique.
History tells us why skiing—and the outdoors in general—lacks diversity. Thanks to the work of dedicated groups, this is slowly changing.
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Wild Diversity runs programs ranging from youth ecology classes to birding, paddling, and backpacking trips
Redefining who is “outdoorsy.”
I love skiing and the skiing community, but I have always been aware that as a person of color and an immigrant’s son, I stood out.
For Annette Diggs, a love of skiing turned into a personal mission to help more women of color feel welcome on the mountain.
On skis since he was a toddler, Quincy Shannon wants to share his love for skiing with the BIPOC community and make it easier for them to experience it for themselves.
Colour the Trails founder Judith Kasiama is working to make the backcountry accessible for black skiers and boarders through mentorship
For one black skier, the mountains won't be a welcoming place for everyone until we all put in the work.