JEFF GREENWALD’S article, Passing Through but Leaving a Lasting Impression, about his work and what it means to be an ethical traveler, was published in the March 13, 2007 edition of The New York Times.
“Travel often turns my expectations upside down. In 1999, I visited Iran with a small group of Americans to watch a total eclipse of the sun. On the afternoon of the event, I found myself alone in Esfahan’s vast Khomeini Square: one American among 50,000 Iranians…Aldous Huxley was right. To travel is to discover that everyone is wrong about other countries.” To read more, click here.