In 2020, Wanderful created the Moving Forward Anti-Racism Town Hall as a solutions-oriented dialogue for Black creators, allies, and brands to discuss actionable steps to foster anti-racism in the travel industry. After our first two successful events involving 500 content creators and travel industry insiders, we invite you to join us at our third and final event on 5 February 2021.
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At this final edition of Moving Forward, we’ll be offering hands-on workshops to help us take our learnings into the new year and beyond.
To prepare for the next event, let’s take a look back at the second Moving Forward event from October 2020 and also review the first event’s action items.
Be sure to tell the world what you’re doing to #MoveTravelForward. And, if you’re a travel industry rep, sign up to access our free industry resource library.
Register to join us at Moving Forward on 5 February 2021. This event is 100% free and open for all travel creators & industry members of any gender.
A Recap: Moving Forward Part 2
Session 1: Welcome + Status Update: How Are We Doing?
In this session, Moving Forward creator and head of Wanderful Creators Karisma Shackelford and Wanderful’s founder and CEO Beth Santos welcome everyone to our event and lead immediately into our first panel about the travel industry’s current state regards to anti-racism work.
The panel features Travel Noire‘s DeAnna Taylor, RISE Travel Institute‘s Vincie Ho, and Black Travel Alliance and author of the ABC Travel Green Book Martinique Lewis.
Read more about Martinique Lewis and the ABC Travel Green Book
Session 2: Empowering Your Audience to Demand Change
In this session, we’re discussing how to empower your audience to demand change in the travel industry to focus more on anti-racism.
The panel features TV host Jeannette Ceja, Jessie Rouf of Badass Global and Elvtd Mvmt, Evita Robinson of Nomadness Travel Tribe and Conde Nast Traveler, and Karisma Shackelford of Wanderful and Color Me World.
Session 3: A Look at 2021: Taking Plans to Action
In our third session, we hear from Tripadvisor‘s Greg Lin Murphy, Away‘s Tiana Attride, Intrepid Travel‘s Zina Bencheikh, and Wanderful and Living Hyphen‘s Justine Abigail Yu to talk about tactics the travel industry can implement to combat anti-racism as we lean into 2021, and recommendations for other industry members and creators.
In Case You Missed It: A Recap of Moving Forward Part 1
Don’t forget to go back and review the notes and insights from our first Anti-Racism Town Hall for the Travel Industry. Taking all that has been discussed already and ensuring actionable change is our key focus for this third and final event.
- Moving Forward: An Anti-Racism Town Hall for the Travel Industry
- Key Takeaways from the Anti-Racism Travel Industry Town Hall
- Moving Forward: Notes from our Anti-Racism Breakout Sessions
- Wanderful’s Key Action’s to #MoveTravelForward
- Moving Forward: Why I Created the Anti-Racism Town Hall
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