In many ways the the “Personal Connection” segment of our show epitomizes the focus we have to talking “Everything & Anything in the World of Travel” — as we go about sharing the connections we all have to travel, ways travel can be transformational, the impacts of travel, along with accomplishments through travel and more.
For Carla Joelle Brown, it was her grandparents 35 years of regular travel between 1965 and 2000 that had a profound impact on her. That’s because Benjamin & Frances Graham were African-American and they departed on their travels in an RV the same week that Congress passed the Voting Rights Act of 1965, and the Watts Riots erupted. The Graham’s were undeterred in their RV travels in the years that followed — and in many ways were courageous and forward-thinking.
Their granddaughter Carla Joelle Brown identifies with that wanderlust, and she set out to follow in their footsteps — while setting the stage for a documentary film — “Everyone But Two” about all of it.
During our live broadcast of America’s #1 Travel Radio Show on 4 June 2022, we invited her to join us and share details. To hear the full interview that aired across the nation on our now 485+ weekly affiliates airing RMWorldTravel with Robert & Mary Carey and Rudy Maxa, simply click on the play arrow below this text…