Elizabeth Doerr

Elizabeth Doerr

Elizabeth Doerr is a freelance writer and social justice and community engagement professional based in Portland, OR. Her work has been published in CityLab, Portland Monthly, and Baltimore City Paper among other publications.

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anti-racism commitment
Elizabeth Doerr

Bébé Voyage Commitment To Anti-Racism

July 3, 2020 Bébé Voyage’s purpose is to empower parents to raise children to be curious, open-minded, and global citizens and to encourage parents to bring up lifelong explorers by exposing them to new cultures and experiences to build a better, more peaceful world for all. As an organization, Bébé Voyage has a lot of

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travel after the covid pandemic is over will look different, but how?
Elizabeth Doerr

How Families Will Travel Differently After The Pandemic

Early on, before Covid-19 was merely known as the “novel coronavirus” and seemed confined to China, one thing became certain: travel would be affected. For a while, it seemed to many of us that the effect on travel would be limited to the immediate future. We had questions like, should I cancel my trip to

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Ray Yang family hike White Mountains
Elizabeth Doerr

8 Ways Traveling Families Are Fighting Climate Change

As parents, climate change is an incredibly important and pressing issue that affects our children’s future. And we can often feel paralyzed about what to do about it. While we recognize that real systemic change needs to happen through progressive policy and regulations worldwide, we can, at the very least, do our best to curb our personal carbon footprint.

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