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The Future of Travel Podcast with Black Minds Matter UK

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Exploring the nuanced experience of travel when you are a person of colour and what exactly purposeful travel looks like.

We're kicking off 2021 with a special edition two part episode of the Trippin podcast in collaboration with Black Minds Matter and The Standard London, where we explore what the #futureoftravel looks like through an intersectional lens. The episode explores the nuanced experience of travel when you are a person of colour and what exactly purposeful travel looks like.

The future of travel lies in the hands of our generation and in Part 1 of our special edition episode we hear from 3 incredible women who will be breaking down how we can make changes that make travelling more inclusive, sustainable and purposeful. Joycelyn Longdon, founder of Climate in Colour and AI researcher at Cambridge University, Sasha Kluvitse, lead researcher and contributing editor to the Future of Travel report, and Lydia Dinga, expert travel content creator. Hosted by Soraya Stuart from Black Minds Matter UK, the conversation deep dives into themes in our latest comprehensive research report on the Future of Travel, conducted in partnership with University College London.

This conversation was recorded before lockdown in partnership with Black Minds Matter UK and The Standard, London.

Stay tuned for Part 2 which drops next week, where we break down how we can navigate our future trips in a more purposeful way, the positive impact on our mental health when we travel with, what change we want to see for the future for travel, and top tips on how to travel more sustainably.

Listen to Part 1 of the Future of Travel Podcast here.

Photography: Joana Santos

Special thanks to The Standard, London who hosted us in their Sounds Studio. You can also find copies of the Future of Travel report in their Library Lounge.

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