Rukiya McNair on life in Tanzania: “I feel much safer and at ease here”

Rukiya McNair decided to leave the United States in the search of a different way of living which has taken her to Thailand, Rwanda and now Tanzania. Continue reading Rukiya McNair on life in Tanzania: “I feel much safer and at ease here”

Nicole Frederiksen: “I’ve been on a long journey doing activism in the Afro-Danish community”

“In Denmark, we are still at level 1 when it comes to having a real talk about this country’s colonial past and how to connect the dots to the systemic and institutional racism people of African descent and other minority groups experience here on an everyday basis.” Continue reading Nicole Frederiksen: “I’ve been on a long journey doing activism in the Afro-Danish community”

Kimberley Brown: “Moving to Toronto meant stepping into a place of no control”

Not many people can say they’ve lived in two different continents while still in their early thirties – but for Kimberley Brown, she’s been fortunate to spend her childhood in her native country, Jamaica, grow up in London, UK and now she is forging a new path while living in Toronto, Canada. Continue reading Kimberley Brown: “Moving to Toronto meant stepping into a place of no control”

Kendra Valentine talks travel, Black Lives Matter and what she loves about living in Berlin

Travelling has always been second nature to Kendra Valentine. Growing up with a family who lived “all over the place” meant that she became familiar with moving to new places and embracing a new way of living from a young age.
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