The Travel Issue: Culture Shift The Woman Who Desegregated a School Share Facebook Twitter Email Share The Woman Who Desegregated a School Yvonne Odom was one of thousands of students who quietly did the civil rights work at schools across the country. Summer 2019 The Travel Issue TABLE OF CONTENTS In Depth Are We Doing Vacations Wrong? 12 Tips for More Equitable Travel The Reverse Selfie: A Tiny Act of Decolonization? That All-Inclusive Vacation Is Actually a Terrible Deal A Route 66 Road Trip Through Indigenous Homelands Why Young Jews Are Detouring From Israel to Palestine Beyond Airbnb: Your Vacation Rental Options Just Got More Equitable Traveling While Brown: Journeys in Privilege, Guilt, and Connection How to Travel at Home: Finding New Routes Through Our Daily Lives Solutions We Love A Climate Action for Every Type of Activist How New Yorkers Stood Up to Amazon and Won Culture Shift How Do We Teach “To Kill a Mockingbird” and Honestly Confront Racism? Why Economic Equality Won’t Fix Mental Health Care How Capitalism Exploits Our Fear of Old Age The Woman Who Desegregated a School By Sarah Lazarovic < 1 MIN READ May 17, 2019 Sarah Lazarovic is an award-winning artist, creative director, freelance animator and filmmaker, and journalist, covering news and cultural events in comic form. She is the author of A Bunch of Pretty Things I Did Not Buy.