By Ruth Iwelumo Soul Trak is a non-profit organization aimed at connecting black people to the outdoors and the environment. On the 1st of February, Soul Trak held an event that consisted of an outing to the United States Botanical Gardens and the Butterfly Pavilion. This event was definitely something to write about. The event
By Amber Paige It used to take a miracle to get me out of bed before noon on the weekends, but I have become a morning person for Soul Trak. Last Saturday, I grabbed a friend and headed off to the United States Botanic Garden with a group of other Howard students I barely knew,
Nizhooni Hurd – 31 July 2019 Photo Credit: James Q Martin I have been interning in DC this whole summer and because of IG, I was finally able to connect with Soul Trak. I must say that I was initially a fangirl and that’s how I found Soul Trak. I have been following Tyrhee, along
Toes touch down in a space I’ve never been before and thoughts land harder than the soles of my feet. Insecurities bombard me with questions. “Is it okay that I’m here?” “Am I invading a space reserved for people of color?” Very aware of my white skin and white privilege, I start second guessing myself
From the steep hills of West Virginia University, to the bustling city of DC, I have watched my dear friend Tyrhee Moore grow and expand his knowledge of the outdoor world to positively impact the lives of others around him. Last year Tyrhee started his organization, Soul Trak Outdoors. Soul Trak is a nonprofit organization
I discovered Soul Trak Outdoors via social media, as an avid thrill seeker and outdoorsman it caught my attention as something I might be interested in. I attended the Soul Trak Social’s Climb and Brunch event and immediately knew joining the group was a great decision. Climbing is something relatively new to me but with
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