What does it mean to be Black abroad?
The experience varies from country to country and our guest Juanita Ingram tells us about what she's learned about race, family and herself, while filming her Amazon Prime docuseries The Expats: International Ingrams. #thatsthescenario #travel #BlackExpat #BlackRadio #BlackPeopleTravelToo
I will never, ever buy anything white-owned that is meant solely for us. Not a trinket nor treat. I buy Black, local, and research before I make a major purchase. There is already a Black-owned ice cream commercial business. Also, in celebration of this emancipation day, we gon' go ahead and buy ONLY Black products, online, etc. For the whole damn month. Besides, me and my people are lactose intolerant...
Apartment hunting should not be this hard. This attributes to my lack of engagement within the Global African studies sector. When properties are rapidly being snatched up, it's hard to focus.
I genuinely feel for those who live in NYC. It's a dream of mine to migrate to Harlem and serve/teach our people in the real estate field. But even when affordable housing qualifications are benchmarked at at $90,000+ income, something's terribly wrong.
Is anyone else feeling the hit of the rental market? How are you coping? & I really need someone in NYC to tell me how you're still making it.