Tag: #travelingblackwomen

Into the Depths Podcast with Tara Roberts

Did you catch the IG Live with Nadine Duncan & Tara Roberts!?Click Here to view the live interview on IG! Who is Tara Roberts? Tara Roberts is a National Geographic Explorer & Storyteller who follows a group of Black scuba divers (Diving with a Purpose), historians, and archaeologists as they search for and help document slave trade shipwrecks…
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United Officially Opens Flight Academy!

GOODYEAR, Ariz., Jan. 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — United, the only major U.S. airline to own a flight training school, officially opened United Aviate Academy today and welcomed a historic inaugural class of future pilots, 80% of whom are women or people of color. United Aviate Academy is a key part of the airline’s goal to train about 5,000 new pilots…
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5 Traveling Black Women to Follow This Year

Five Traveling Black Women to Follow This Year

So long London Eye. Ain Dubai is now the largest Ferris Wheel in the World

DUBAI, DUBAI, UAE, December 29, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The world’s largest Ferris wheel has opened to the public. Located on Bluewaters Island- offering 360-degree views of the Dubai skyline. This monster Ferris wheel rises to a stunning height of approx. 250 meters pushing the limits of engineering – surpassing the 167-meter-High Roller observation wheel in…
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St. Kitts & Nevis Offers Dual Citizenship for Investors – You Game?

St. Kitts & Nevis has one of the simplest and most affordable second citizenship programs, and its passport ranks highly on the global stage.

3 Things to Know While Traveling as a Black Woman

By: Satarra Johnson-Kidd Are people there racist? How did people treat you? I don’t think there will be any products you can put in your hair! Did you get a lot of stares? These are just a few of the hundreds of questions I get asked every day whenever I tell people that I am…
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Stop Playing & Take that Spirit or Frontier Flight…

Ok, I’ll be honest… I’m not the biggest fan of the bare fare movement on airlines. The restricted baggage situation, the seats that recline 0.35 centimeters back, and the flight attendants who are either really corny or really temperamental don’t excite me at all. BUT, in the event that I need to get up and get…
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