Renée Cheréz, also known as the Travel Liberationist is a writer who expresses her thoughts, experiences, and stories at the intersections of joy, travel, Black liberation, and the pursuit of more life. She is a mermaid, child, storyteller, adventurer, and lover of mountain gorillas. Her work has been published in The Huffington Post, Geez Magazine, Sister Letter, Lonely Planet, and more. You can find her come up to the surface from her living on IG: reneecherez.


Traveling Honduras: The vitality of Cayos Cochinos

Crossroads with Renée Cherez: Place and the years of our lives

Traveling Honduras: Joy, Beauty, and Terror Among Waterfalls

Crossroads with Renée Cheréz: Dancing with grief across place

Traveling Honduras: A reflection on the certainty of place

Crossroads with Renée Cheréz: Sanctuary — Body

Crossroads: A video introduction

Weaving a Tapestry of Love Through Travel

How celebrations of death in India breathed new life into the concept of place