Whether it’s pushing for representation or increased diversity, these activists are paving the way for a more inclusive travel industry.
London is full of Black-owned restaurants with menus that span the African diaspora—you just need to know where to look.
Staying in the small Maya town of Felipe Carrillo Puerto, I gained a new perspective of what it means to navigate a pandemic.
“I laid down in the street in a coffin-sized hole and wouldn’t move until they agreed not to tear up those bricks.” – Dorris Ellis-Robinson, Founder of the Freedmen’s Town Preservation Coalition.
Being able to speak multiple languages has many perks abroad, but I’ve found that discrimination doesn’t get lost in translation.
One of the most impactful ways to talk to kids of all ages about racial equity and understanding diverse perspectives is through travel.
In the oldest wine-producing region of Virginia, wineries are pushing for a more inclusive and diverse industry.
As the travel industry evolves and diversifies, so does its approach to Black travelers and their needs.
Jacqueline Ngo MPII shares her passion for Paris’ Little Africa, and the unique Black history of the City of Light.
Why Preeta Suri is beckoning travelers to “take this outside.”