Passport Party Project: Where Early Exposure To Travel Makes A Difference

Travel has been a central part of my life for as long as I can remember. By the time I was six years old, I’d already discovered my love for the window seat, picked my favorite airline, and declared my philosophy that any flight less than three hours was too short to finish...

Interview With An Expat In Abu Dhabi: Gina Nelson

Gina Nelson, an artist and educational consultant, shares the story of her life as an expat in Abu Dhabi. Hope you're inspired by this traveler interview.

I’m Black, So I’m Kind of a Big Deal in China

We didn’t speak the same language, but the look in her eye told me everything I needed to know. She thought I was someone famous. I was black in China. So, obviously, I had to be Beyoncé. I boarded the Bund Sightseeing Tunnel train for a trip over to the land of odd-looking...

13 Women in Black History With a Passion for Travel

We are celebrating 13 women in black history who challenged social norms, broke boundaries and pursued wild dreams to experience the world.

Interview With An Expat In Italy: Dr Tamara Pizzoli

We love books that expose children to the world at an early age. So, when we discovered the international alphabet book M is for Marrakech, and learned it was created by a brown girl living abroad, we had to hear the rest of the story. Dr. Tamara Pizzoli shared how she faced a...

Interview with a Global Soul: Adedana Ashebir

Adedana Ashebir is a young, Ethiopian-American woman who's lived in 7 countries and speaks Spanish and Mandarin. This global soul -- and the ease with which she travels the world -- are pure inspiration. Enjoy the interview!

A Travel Trifecta: Whales, Guadeloupe & The Passport Party Project

The next round of Passport Party Project girls will receive their 1st passport stamp in the Guadeloupe Islands where whales & stunning landscapes await them.

Australia Day: Celebrating Black Pride Down Under

Australia's national holiday is not just a celebration of colonial pride, but also a period of mourning for its indigenous peoples. I celebrated the day in the Aboriginal community Redfern & experienced Australian black pride.

Retracing History: Following The Buffalo Soldiers To Yosemite

Retracing the Buffalo Soldiers' trail from San Francisco's Presidio to Yosemite NP is a magical connection to America's rich cultural history & natural beauty.

Interview With An Expat in Zanzibar: Hafsa Mbamba

Since her youth, Hafsa Mbamba, an expat in Zanzibar has been making life decisions around their potential for travel and adventure. Enjoy her inspiring story.

Interview with an Expat in Paris: Shola Adisa-Farrar

A simple house-swap vacation led this singer/actress into a love affair with the "City of Lights. Enjoy our interview with this talented expat in Paris.

Interview With A Globetrotter: Nicole Brewer

In her pursuit of wanderlust, Nicole Brewer has taught, studied and blogged her way across four continents. We hope you are as inspired as we were by this interview with a globetrotting brown girl.