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Podcast Episode 3 with Faith Adiele

Jeff is joined by Faith Adiele, founder of the nation’s first workshop for travel writers of color. Her work includes Meeting Faith, her memoir about becoming Thailand’s first Black Buddhist nun; the PBS documentary My Journey Home; and Coming of Age Around the World: A Multicultural Anthology.

We also have stories on Baikal Watch and Ethical Travel to Israel.

Have a listen!




Resources for the books, organizations & music in Episode 3:

Faith Adiele and Vona
https://www.adiele.com

On She Goes: http://www.onshegoes.com
Panorama: http://www.panoramajournal.org
Travel Noir: https://travelnoire.com
Lola Akinmade: https://akinmade.com
Bani Amor: https://baniamor.com

Baikal Watch
http://www.baikalwatch.or/
www.greatbaikaltrail.org/en

Ethical Travel to Israel
https://ethicaltraveler.org/2017/09/should-you-travel-to-israel

The Fate of Dominica (a 2017 “Best Ethical Destination”)
http://dominicanewsonline.com/news

For information about our ET News stories with Natalie Lefevre, please visit
https://ethicaltraveler.org/post/

Music:
Podcast Theme Music — Energizer, by Stephen Kent, from the album Family Tree
https://stephenkent.net

Closing music — Buscando la Paz by Aziza Brahim, from the album Abbar el
Hamada.
http://azizabrahim.com

Additional music by Jef Stott
http://jefstott.com

Geo Quiz-zine source: 2001: A Space Odyssey, by Arthur C. Clarke and Stanley
Kubrick

*Answer to Geo Quiz-zine #1: Q – “The Jules Verne classic Around the World in 80
Days was first published in 1873. The book introduces readers to two exotic new fruits. What are
they?” A – Mangos and bananas. Winner: Alexandra Falke, Germany

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