Camping Out, Debunking Myths

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Farai Chiyeda, camping out in the Joshua Tree National Monument.

Farai Chiyeda, camping out in the Joshua Tree National Monument.

Farai Chideya recently went camping in Southern California's Joshua Tree National Park. While there, she considered dispelling a few myths that fall into the category of "what black people won't do."

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