After traveling around the world and being a three time expat, Evita Robinson created the Nomadness Travel Tribe in 2011. Growing from a hundred people, to an international movement of thousands, Nomadness is a homage to the Green Book — a community outlining safe spaces for conversation and travel for millennials of color. Evita’s talk explores the historical context of African-American domestic travel in the US during Jim Crow, while bridging the gap to what is now seen as the ‘Black travel movement.’
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