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Black Girls Golf Executive Retreat Comes to Four Seasons Resort & Club Dallas At Las Colinas Nov. 4 – 7
Largest U.S. gathering of Black and Brown women in golf offers learning, practice and play for all skill levels. Black Girls Golf (BGG), the largest, non-competitive golf community in the United States for African-American women and girls, will host an … Continue reading
Phelena Jean, founder of the multi-media platform Black Broads Abroad is hosting the Get The F Out of America Blueprint conference, being held at Clark Atlanta University, October 2-3, 2021. The event aims to give African-Americans an actionable blueprint for thriving outside … Continue reading
Black Star Travel Group Announces Third Holiday Trip To Accra, Ghana, December 24, 2021 – January 3, 2022
The Brooklyn-based Black Star Travel Group, who curates concierge-style travel packages, is accepting reservations for its third holiday season trip to Accra, Ghana, December 24, 2021 – January 3, 2022. The 9 days, 8 nights travel package costs $5,800 per … Continue reading
Luxurious beachfront Naia Resort welcomes travelers with packages to relax and recharge. It’s been a stressful 18 months. With travel restrictions eased, the boutique Naia Resort and Spa invites luxury travelers to its 200-acre beachfront reserve to take a deep breath, relax … Continue reading
Swedish researchers have investigated the benefits of the new popular workcation travel trend, which combines work with vacation. The study stretched two weeks and included five persons who were monitored when working from their usual home office for one week … Continue reading