Several years ago, a park ranger named Shelton Johnson noticed something in his line of work: not many African-Americans were visiting national parks.
Shelton had worked at Yosemite National Park in California for the better part of his 18-year career, and was so concerned by what he saw that he decided to take action to encourage his fellow African-Americans to visit national parks. Shelton enlisted Oprah Winfrey to help.
The veteran park ranger wrote a letter to the talk show host, which said in part:
“My entire career, I have been bothered by the lack of read more >>>
Source : HuffingtonPost.Com