A Black-owned camp in the Poconos aims to make hunting more diverse

POCONO SUMMIT, Pa. — If Warren Gamaliel Harding Brown could see the hunting camp his grandson has crafted in the Poconos, he’d admire the large, stone fireplace, the taxidermied deer head, and the turkey feathers on display beside some spent shotgun shells. The flatscreen television mounted on the wall might have surprised the late patriarch, but the spirit of the place would have pleased the man who taught older family members to hunt and inspired the younger ones, decades ago, in rural Virginia. That’s why Jonathan Wright named the the place “Pocono Browns.” “He’s the one who started it all,…

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