Rue Mapp is Taking Diversity to the Outdoors
A University of Wyoming survey finds that 78% of visitors to America's national parks and forests are white, compared to 9% Hispanic and 7% black.
Rue Mapp of Oakland, Calif., is trying to change that.
She spoke with Michel Martin of National Public Radio (NPR) about her website "Outdoor Afro," which aims to educate African-Americans about the importance of getting involved with the outdoors.
Click here to listen to a brief interview conducted by Martin for NPR and to read a transcript of the interview.