Episode: Radical Travel – Destination: Burning Man


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Radical Travel – Destination: Burning Man

In this episode of Radical Travel, take a peek inside the world of Burning Man! Justin Jones shares his passion for this annual festival of art, community, and culture in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert, and shows you why the ephemeral Black Rock City is his favorite travel destination in the world. He speaks with Maria Scileppi, the artist behind the Journey Home Project, Vijay Mehrotra, Associate Professor at the University of San Francisco, and the self-appointed Executive Director of the Black Rock City Postal Service, Mike Fraser, a Canadian Burner, and Gemma Cocker a documentary film maker, working on a film about Burning Man.



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