Black & Yellow


Traveling While Colored: Part 1 (Getting There)

Summer & travel go together like peanut butter and jelly. Who doesn’t love a vacation? While most vacay planning is stressful, there is an added layer of anxiety for minorities who have to consider the color of their skin when selecting a destination. In this episode, J & A talk through how what goes through a minority mind when planning their summer getaway.

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Alana J. Webster: @renegadeoffun

Jacklyn Chung Young: @jacklynchungyoung

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