This week I spoke with my guest about how we can use our travels to positively impact communities and economies around the world. We dove into dismantling colonial views of brown countries, working with communities to see how we travelers can be useful instead of assuming from our own points of reference, using travel as activism, sustainable travel and traveling being a soft power and political act. This is quite the conversation. Tune in.
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