Faith Adiele founded the nation’s first workshop for travel writers of color, and her forthcoming craft book from Columbia University Press will be the first written by and for marginalized travelers. A senior editor for UK-based Panorama: The Journal of Intelligent Travel, she has been cited on mindful, decolonial and BIPOC travel on NPR, The Washington Post, Toronto Star, KQED-Radio, and podcasts There She Goes and Ethical Traveler.
Her award-winning memoir Meeting Faith routinely makes travel listicles, and her media credits include A World of Calm (HBO-Max), Sleep Stories (CALM app), and My Journey Home (PBS). Her column for DETOUR: Best Stories in Black Travel appears weekly in the Miami Herald, while her essays appear in Here Magazine, Best Women’s Travel Writing, Oprah Magazine, Essence, Undomesticated, A Woman Alone, Off Assignment and others. Based in Oakland, Faith speaks and teaches around the world; find her at https://adiele.com/.
Welcome, Faith! We’re glad you’re here!
Thank you, Laurie!
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