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February is Black History Month!

Black History Month is a time to honor and celebrate Black and African American rich history and cultural heritage and pay tribute to the innumerable contributions of Black and African American communities.

Join SOS in celebrating Black History Month with our favorite Black literature, short films, podcasts, and events!

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  • Out & Back, hosted by author, activist and runner Alison Mariella Désir. This series brings PNW residents and groups working to bring Black, Indigenous and People of color to reclaim space in the outdoors, and encouraging others to get outside with them.
  • Expedition Reclamation is a documentary seeking to redefine “outdoorsy” and reclaim belonging in the outdoors for Black, Indigenous, and Women of Color by highlighting their joyful, resilient, & transformative relationships to outdoor recreation.
  • Where I Belongfeaturing angler and conservationist Christine Hill, a series by The Outbound Collective
  • Resilience, featuring Lesford Duncan & Outdoor Outreach as they strive to connect youth with the transformative power of the outdoors, a series by The Outbound Collective
  • Our Parks Too!, series with Kristen Walker and Diamon Clark on their journey to visit all 63 National Parks in the United States.
  • Here We Stand featuring Teresa Baker, a series by The Outbound Collective





  • Northwest African American Museums: Upcoming and current exhibits and events.
  • The National Museum of African American History and Culture: Black History Month online events and read more about Black History Month 2023 theme - Black Resistance.
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