Rick Steves is arguably the most influential voice in American travel. He is also a voice of White man’s privilege. It’s time for a reckoning.
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I hope that by telling this story, I can do a couple things. I hope that I can help even one person be more compassionate to those of us who fight this type of disease. Even more, I hope that if you struggle, you will know you are not alone. I see you. I believe you. And I hope that you’ll believe me, too.
I’ve thought a lot about whether to publish this piece. I have struggled with what exactly I wanted to say, and why. It is scary to come out into the world and say, I am sad. I am in pain. I am scared.
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