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A Compassionate Guide to Traveling During a Pandemic

Holiday travel jitters? Don’t worry. Read this.

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As the proverbial saying goes, the “most wonderful time of year” has once again arrived. Though this year, the holidays underscore poignant and painful realities — chiefly, how this year has been one of devastation, grief, and loss due to a pandemic that continues to take Black and Brown lives…




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Nneka M. Okona

Nneka M. Okona

Heart-centered writer writing about travel, food, personal growth and self-discovery.

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