5 Travel Podcasts By Black Creators To Listen To Now
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5 Travel Podcasts By Black Creators To Listen To Now

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Leah Freeman-Haskin
Leah Freeman-Haskin Sep 4, 2020

Looking for a way to fulfill your feelings of wanderlust during this time of confinement? Take a listen to these podcasts hosted by Black creators who highlight the importance and power of travel through meaningful conversations and honest musings.

1. On She Goes

On She Goes is a digital travel platform that helps women of color travel more confidently, more adventurously, and more often. The podcast offers fresh perspectives from women of color on the travel industry, culture, and the world.

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2. Soul Society 101

Soul Society 101 is a for us, by us podcast founded by Brooklyn-based Rondel Holder, covering all things travel, food, and culture from the lens of young Black professionals and creatives. Each of their 26 episodes presents a special guest to share inspirational stories, dive into black pop culture, and drop travel gems.

3. Gay Travel Today

Teraj takes his podcast listeners on a journey to explore, engage, and indulge in the world of LGBTQ+ travel today. Gay Travel Today offers short (often less than three minutes) news briefs geared toward the LGBTQ+ community.

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4. Black Women Travel Pdcst

Host Wanda Duncan chats with women living around the world on Black Women Travel Pdcst, delving into the importance and power of travel. Her guests include Black women travel fanatics, content creators, and digital nomads.

5. California Love

The song “California Love” inspired author and New York Times writer, Walter Thompson-Hernández, to create a show as prescient as it is personal. In his “California Love” series, Walter invites listeners to join him in his family home, on horseback through the streets of Compton, and up into the sky to examine belonging. Walter takes us deep into his own story as he explores what it means for him to love Los Angeles.