Black women are literally carrying the Black Travel Movement on their backs. Whether creating their own platforms, sharing stunning pictures from lush destinations around the world, selling their own products or using their influence to empower others to follow suit, they are revolutionary and honoring their ancestors by claiming their birthright of traversing borders. And what’s more they don’t necessarily need a j-o-b or man to pack their bags and take flight.

In honor of International Women’s Day (which should be every day), let’s give a hand clap to these women and many more who are free to explore and spread love all over the world.

Erin Robertson of Melanin Majority


Zim Ugochukwu of Travel Noire



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Evita Robinson of Nomadness Travel Tribe


Claire Soares of Up In The Air Life



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Jessica Nabongo of Global Jet Black


Rachel Travels


Lee Litumbe of Spirited Pursuit


Asiyami Gold



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Gloria Atanmo of Glographics & The Blog Abroad


Oneika Raymond of Oneika The Traveller


René Daniella of OwnByFemme


Dayvee Sutton of Travel Channel’s “Beyond The Usual”


Kellee Edwards of Travel Channel’s “Mysterious Islands”



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Teri Johnson of Travelista Teri


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