[Cdt-l] CDT Integration
bobsartini at gmail.com
Wed Jan 2 18:49:58 CST 2013
I've met minorities on the PCT and AT but not middle aged. Young men and
women from time to time but I would guess maybe 2% or so of hikers might be
black and maybe 5% Asian and I can't recall meeting anyone that I
understood to be Hispanic. On the AT I've met dozens if not hundreds of
"urban" youth groups out for a week or so. I couldn't guess what it all
means or if "minorities" think it's a big problem or what remedy might be
if it is. I guess white people could stay home until minorities "catch up".
On Wed, Jan 2, 2013 at 7:23 PM, Peter Sustr <petersustr at gmail.com> wrote:
> We've all noticed when we go outdoors that every white middle aged guy
> goes outdoors but not enough minorities.
> I was wondering if their have been many minority thru hikers on the CDT or
> Triple Crowners out there?
> Here an article I recently read about this topic:
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