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FULL CIRCLE
EVEREST 

EXPEDITION

Meet the first team of Black climbers to attempt a summit of Mount Everest, the highest peak in the world.

Our Legacy

In 1963, the first American expedition reached the summit of Everest. That same year Dr. Martin Luther King delivered his historic “I Have A Dream” speech. It took 40 more years for the first Black climber to summit Everest. Still, there has never been an all-Black team to summit the tallest mountain on Earth. 

Our Mission

In 2022, this group of climbers will make history as the first all Black team to attempt to summit the highest mountain on earth.

Our Goal

The Full Circle Everest Team represents a zenith in generational perseverance.  This expedition will showcase the tenacity and strength of these climbers, and highlight the barriers that continue to exist for Black communities in accessing the outdoors. This historic attempt will inspire the next generation of outdoor enthusiasts, educators, leaders, and mountaineers of color to continue chasing their personal summits.  

TEAM FULL CIRCLE

FULL CIRCLE EVEREST EXPEDITION

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HOW YOU CAN HELP

We are grateful for the partnership of our fiscal sponsor The Greening Youth Foundation a 501c3. Your financial contribution in any amount will enable us to meet our goals and fulfill our mission. Be sure to put Full Circle Everest in the memo line of your donation.

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Get to Know Us

Learn More about each climber that makes up the Full Circle Everest Expedition. 

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