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Machine Falls: where endurance hikers, leaders are born

The accordion-like hike chugs along with ease.  Then, a collective cautiousness seeps in.  Ahead, a 60-foot descension. Disjointed stones, hard-to-identify wooden staircases, and protruding tree roots offer occasional guidance with each unsure footstep. A...

The water is ours too — always has been

Like most instances in American history, the pioneering roles Black people have held in water-related industries has rarely been acknowledged, documented, or celebrated. For decades, there has been an ongoing myth that Black people — mostly in the Americas — have no...

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