Boosie has called for action against American Airlines, after missing his flight due to what he says was racial discrimination. In a lengthy rant on Instagram, Boosie explains the ordeal after trying to board the plane with his children. To view his original post click here. Boosie warns, “DO NOT RIDE AMERICAN AIRLINES Because u will not get to your destination on time n the … Continue reading Boosie calls for action against American Airlines due to Racial Discrimination
It’s been 10 years since 22-year-old Oscar Grant was murdered, by a BART officer at the Fruitvale BART station in Oakland. On Saturday, a mural was unveiled in his honor. BART says it worked closely with Grant’s family to create the tribute and provide a place for reflection for all those who travel through the station. “I believe there will be a sense of peace … Continue reading Oscar Grant Mural Unveiled 10 Years after his Death
Officials have stopped rides to the top of the Arch after minor water seepage into the lower loading zone of the monument’s south tram. The north tram is closed because of previously scheduled maintenance. Rides to the top of the Gateway Arch are expected to resume Saturday. Mississippi River flood water is creeping up the steps of the Gateway Arch. The water won’t get anywhere … Continue reading If you’re visiting St. Louis you’ll have to skip out on this popular tourist attraction
We are all up in arms over the recent news that the Trump administration has banned cruise ship operations from the United States to Cuba eliminating “people-to-people” education travel for Americans. Many have already complained of cancellations, re-routes, etc. for their upcoming cruises. And many are still confused on what this all means, and how it will affect their travels. Here’s what we know about … Continue reading What you need to know about Cuba travel restrictions
The second Black couple this year has been found dead in the Dominican Republic. With their deaths still a mystery, Black travelers are feeling fearful and uneasy. Especially those who have already spent coins on upcoming excursions to the Dominican Republic. So, we wanted to share some precautions to take if traveling there. We definitely recommend not going solo, however if you’ve already booked your … Continue reading Traveling to the Dominican Republic, here’s some precautions you should take.
We don’t know about you, but traveling by train is certainly a favorable mode of transportation. Being able to enjoy the landscape and beautiful scenery, along with amenities such as WiFi can make for a pleasurable ride. Not to mention many times tickets are within the budget. Now Amtrak is sweetening the deal, by allowing you to buy a roomette or bedroom on one of … Continue reading Amtrak has an Incredible Summer BOGO Deal!
If your recent travel plans include LAX, you may want to check your flight details. Parts of Los Angeles International Airport were left without light and power for about three and a half hours Wednesday night, causing the cancellation, delay and diversion of flights. The power went out at around 6:10 p.m. local time, a spokesperson for the airport said. It was restored just after … Continue reading LAX Power outage causes flight delays and cancellations
Here’s something travelers who smoke may want to begin looking for. With many establishments adopting a no smoking policy–is Beverly Hills setting a new trend? The Beverly Hills City Council on Tuesday unanimously voted to make it the first U.S. city to ban the sale of cigarettes, cigars, e-cigarettes and other tobacco products. The ban applies to gas stations, pharmacies, convenience and grocery stores, but … Continue reading Beverly Hills first city to ban tobacco sales
Here’s some unwelcome news to start the summer travel season: Your chances of getting bumped off your flight is on the rise. Airlines are now bracing for the busiest summer travel season on record. Southwest, American and United have canceled thousands of flights through August because the 737 Max is grounded. After boasting record low bumping rates, U.S. airlines in the first three months of … Continue reading US Airlines Bumping more Travelers during Summer Travel Season
Oregon moved to crack down on racially motivated 911 calls on Monday, responding to a series of publicized incidents across the country where predominantly white civilians called the police on black people going about everyday activities like napping or barbecuing. Victims of those police calls would be able to sue the caller for up to $250, under a measure overwhelmingly approved by the state Senate. … Continue reading Oregon is Moving Closer to Punishing Racist 911 Callers