Dr. Nicole of EatenPathNola gives us travel tips on the best food in New Orleans and how to decolonize your palate.
Black Baseball History is alive and well at the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City. Perfect for cultural travel and African-American history for the whole family.
Hoi An is one of the most picturesque places in the world. It’s a UNESCO World…
My last international trip before COVID-19 happened was to Cap-Haitien, Haiti to dance…a long time dream of mine. Thanks to Haitian-American singer, dancer and goddess Riva Nyri Precil and Le Getaway Adventure, I had the opportunity to visit one of my ancestral homelands and connect with it via spiritual folkloric dance.
Sometimes you just need to get your chakras aligned and clear out some energy, right? Well if you’re in Southern California and can’t make it to Sedona, you can get some proper energy vortex action at the Integratron in the Yucca Valley. Visitors flock here to experience the hour long healing sound bath which the site accurately calls “kindergarten naptime for adults.”
Tulsa is a center of cultural travel and full of inspiration. The lessons of Black Wall Street and the locals who are reviving the spirit of Black enterpreneurship and excellence deserve our attention.