As a repatriate, some of the points in this article hit home…
This is a New York Times opinion piece making the case for more Black Americans to consider expatriation.
Cool quiz that challenges you to use the geography section of your brain. Just did it; didn’t do too bad. Try it, and feel free to comment… Read more “The view from above: Can you name these countries using only satellite photos?”
Check out this blog post from I’m Black & I Travel. Here’s an excerpt: Why does international air travel cost so much? A breakdown of a single… Read more “IBIT post: anatomy of an airfare.”
Originally posted on Quartz:
Taking a round-trip flight from New York to San Francisco means you’re generating the global warming equivalent of two to three tons of carbon dioxide. That’s a lot—as much…
Montenegro is a tiny country situated in southeastern Europe. With a little over 632,000 people, its population is one of the smallest in Europe. During my short trip to Croatia, I had the privilege of going on a day trip to Montenegro, and it was a day well spent.
I’m a New York City girl. I was born & raised there, it’s part of my identity, and it reverberates through my heart & soul. No matter where I go, it’ll always be my first home.
Originally posted on Thought Catalog:
The reality is (I promised myself I wouldn’t use the phrase “In this economy”) a lot of people have to relocate in…
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(NOTE: This is the challenge from 2 weeks ago. Whatever… I’m still dealing with jet lag from going home. Better late than never.)
I’m agnostic, but can definitely identify with the overall theme.