Celebrating
Black History Month

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This month, we tour through sites of national importance across the South and Washington DC. We see the world through the lens of the man trying to become the first African American to travel to every country in the world. We feel the electric energy of the woman who’s a trailblazing female black traveler. We sit down for a chat with an Emmy Award-winning violinist. Join us in celebrating Black History Month this February!

Damien Escobar

From Jamaica, Queens to Juilliard. From national fame to homelessness. From despair to soulful comeback. Read about Emmy Award-winning violinist Damien Escobar’s journey to becoming boundless.

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Gloria Atanmo

Fearless, fun, energetic – Just a few words we can use to describe the lovely Gloria Atanmo, who’s putting the female black traveler on the map…literally!

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Why This African-American Family Moved to Ghana

Myra Parks and her family took a bold step into unfamiliar territory – moving to Africa from their lives in Los Angeles. This is their story.

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Erick Prince-The 3 Things My Travels Have Taught Me

Traveler & photographer Erick Prince breaks down the 3 hard truths that life on the road has taught him over the years.

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Significant Civil Rights Sites & Destinations

It was Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. who said “the arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends towards justice.”

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7 Places to Visit in New Orleans

If you want to take some time to appreciate New Orleans’ rich African-American history, here are 7 significant and interesting places you should visit.

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The Lens of an African-American Traveler

Erick Prince is not just traveling the world. He’s also capturing images that tell a poignant story of what we all share in common with our fellow human beings.

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7 Restaurants that Fueled the Civil Rights Movement

This African-American History Month, we can all take a minute to remember the righteous strides taken by the Civil Rights Movement in the 50s and 60s.

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