Hunters of Color

Hunters of Color is a racial equity nonprofit working on increasing Black, Indigenous and Communities of Color’s connection to nature through mentorship, education, and conservation. They connect mentees with mentors trained in antiracism who help them hone their self-sustenance skills, from archery hunting to foraging. According to the US Fish and Wildlife Service, 97% of hunters are white, meaning that Black, Indigenous and Communities of Color have not been afforded equitable access to sustainable food sources, land sovereignty, and self sufficiency that hunting provides. Hunters of Color is working to change this by working on a basis of intentional inclusivity, antiracism, and intersectionality according to their motto, “The Outdoors are for Everyone.”

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