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Ep 61 | Mickela Mallozzi: Dance & DNA Travel

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In this episode I talk to returning guest Mickela Mallozzi, Emmy award-winning host and Executive Producer of Bare Feet, a travel series highlighting the diversity of dance which airs on PBS and Amazon Prime Video. Mickela shares why she devoted an entire season of her show to DNA travel, about a few of her favorite episodes from that season, and what it was like to travel to the places her ancestors are from. She also talks about her upcoming new season, and her travel plans for 2022 - including one trip that I plan to join.

You can learn more about Mickela Mallozzi on the Bare Feet website, and follow her on Instagram or Twitter.

Visit my website to learn more about me, and say hi on social media: @jetsetlisette.

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