Kent Johnson & Eric Martin: Black & Abroad—Atlanta, GA Why did they start?: Kent: When I realized that traveling the world didn’t necessarily mean I’d be emptying my bank account, I wanted to go everywhere. Once I started getting up and going everywhere, I wanted to see people who looked like me there, too. In prior conversations where Eric and I compared our experiences with traveling the world, several things became clear to us: We wanted to
Article: Travel Off Path TREVOR KUCHERANAUGUST 20, 2020REOPENINGTRAVELTRAVEL NEWSThis post may have affiliate links, which means we may receive a small commission (at no extra cost to you!) if you choose to purchase through them. Here’s our Disclosure & Privacy Policy for more info. Spread the love Some countries in Latin American have officially started reopening their borders for tourism. Latin America has been slower to loosen travel restrictions as Covid-19 outbreaks continue across many of countries. 
Moving to another country has so many advantages, including building up your network, getting a fresh start, and learning a new language. For black men looking to relocate abroad, there are many factors that go into play before leaving. You have to keep in mind race relations, stereotypes, and how you might be treated based on the color of your skin. Some countries are better than others. Other factors to consider are access to healthcare,
The flag of Ghana on a pole at the Commonwealth Games (Photo by Mike Egerton/PA Images via Getty Images) The Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture has invited African Americans to re-settle in Ghana if they feel unwanted in the USA. She said at a collaboration with the Ghana Tourism Authority, Office of Diaspora Affairs and the Diaspora African Forum to organised a memorial and wreath-laying ceremony at the W. E. B. Du Bois Memorial
NEWS Published 5 days ago ByJohn Owen Nwachukwu A coalition of Nigerian legal practitioners has dragged the People’s Republic of China to court over the effects of the Coronavirus outbreak on the West African giant. The lawyers are demanding $200 billion as damages for the “loss of lives, economic strangulation, trauma, hardship, social disorientation, mental torture and disruption of the normal daily existence of people in Nigeria.” This was contained in a statement on Sunday by
Jada Pinkett Smith has admitted coronavirus lockdown has made her realise she hardly knows husband Will Smith “at all”. They may have been married for 23 years, but it seems the Hollywood couple are only just getting to know each other. Pinkett Smith confessed that being forced to spend all her time with Will during the current coronavirus lockdown has made her realise that, actually, there’s still a lot she doesn’t know about her other

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