Two countries issued travel warnings to their Citizens about the US, following two mass shootings that killed 31 people. Both Uruguay and Venezuela warned their residents about violence in the United States Monday. Uruguays Office of Foreign Ministry, issued an advisory stating that citizens should, “take precaution amid the growing in discriminatory violence, specifically hate crimes including racism and discrimination,” when traveling to the United … Continue reading 2 Countries issue Travel Warning for US
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.
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
Black women make up the bulk of black travelers, and traveling solo is something Black women have wholeheartedly embraced! However, even though Black women are living their best lives–creating new businesses, graduating with multiple degrees and traveling the world. 43% of Black women still say safety is the most important factor when booking a trip. Yes, we are aware that we are not really Superwoman; … Continue reading Safety is most important to 43% of Black women, here are 5 tips to stay safe when traveling solo