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Articles tagged “black travel movement”

Tourism

African Tourism Boards Often See the American Traveler as White

While there’s interest among African tourism boards in marketing actively to black Americans, these boards are missing opportunities by not diversifying their strategies.

African Tourism Boards Often See the American Traveler as White

Tourism

How Driving Defines Us: The Future of American Road Trips

Road trips in the United States are statistically on the rise due to both economic and cultural factors. These vacations have incredible potential to reflect what's simmering beneath the surface of contemporary America.

How Driving Defines Us: The Future of American Road Trips

Business Travel

Professional Retreats Show Black Travel Movement Gets Down to Business

Somewhere between leisure travel and a career boot camp lies a professional retreat. Now, there's one that acts as a safe space for black professionals.

Professional Retreats Show Black Travel Movement Gets Down to Business

Tourism

Black Female Travel Influencers Face Obstacles That Their White Counterparts Don’t

Black female travel influencers work overtime: explaining blackness to others, facing racism and related physical dangers, and convincing brands to work with them in the first place. It's a rare influencer who does all of that while promoting awareness of cultural appropriation.

Black Female Travel Influencers Face Obstacles That Their White Counterparts Don’t

Tourism

The Detroit Travel Story Is Starting to Get Rewritten by the Black Travel Movement

The mainstream media currently has control of the Detroit travel story, but the Black Travel Movement is about to redefine what it means to visit the blackest city in America.

The Detroit Travel Story Is Starting to Get Rewritten by the Black Travel Movement

Tourism

A Paris Tour Tracks the Old Haunts of Famous Black Americans

The City of Light famously embraced African-American expats fleeing American racism. A tour of the former hangouts of these intellectuals, performers, and other luminaries can offer a fresh travel experience.

A Paris Tour Tracks the Old Haunts of Famous Black Americans

Business Travel

Black Millennial Travelers Plan Trips Around Safety and Acceptance

New data suggest that black travelers make decisions based on safety and acceptance, but should black travelers have to pay more than their white counterparts for those benefits?

Black Millennial Travelers Plan Trips Around Safety and Acceptance

Tourism

Black Travel Movement Gets Even More Relevant

The Black Travel Movement becomes all the more relevant as the NAACP issues a travel warning domestically, and destinations question what Confederate monuments say to visitors. Take a look back at our coverage of this $48 billion market.

Black Travel Movement Gets Even More Relevant

Tourism

New Orleans Removes Last of 4 Confederate Statues to Become More Welcoming

The slow but steady removal of confederate symbols across the American South sends an important message, especially to black travelers: you are welcome here. The Louisiana state tourism board could do more to echo that sentiment.

New Orleans Removes Last of 4 Confederate Statues to Become More Welcoming

Media and PR

Black Travel Marketing Gets Political

Travel marketing in the Trump era will likely get more political, and that includes ads designed by the woke leaders of the Black Travel Movement.

Black Travel Marketing Gets Political