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Episode from the podcastAll the S**t I've Learned Abroad

Travelling as a Black Woman

Released Wednesday, 17th June 2020
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As we continue to elevate voices from the black community for our June episodes, Adwoa Nsiah-Yeboah joins us this week to discuss what it’s like to travel as a black woman. As an avid traveler, she shares some eye opening experiences with us where she’s experienced racial discrimination during her travels. From airport checks, to cities she would not return to after traumatic events have occurred, Adwoa puts into perspective for Andrea and Steph how many more factors there are to consider for a black woman traveling and helps us better understand our own white privilege during our own travels.

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