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On the Sexualization of Black Women and World Travel

And some quick tips to keep us safe on the road

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The fears that some Black women may have to travel are valid. The concern our families and friends express is valid.

In spite of these fears and dangers, Black women will (and should) continue to show up and seek the world we are worthy of exploring, but not without eyes…

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Renée Cheréz

Renée Cheréz

Renée Cheréz is a Black woman writer creating magic at the intersections of travel and Black liberation. Follow her on Instagram + Twitter (@reneecherez).

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