Jessica Nabongo shares her travels and best tips in her blog and upcoming book “The Catch Me If You Can.”
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Whether it’s a sense of security or a feeling of belonging, travelers who are part of underrepresented groups may look for familiarity in foreign places, but discover much more embracing their identities when they travel.
Nabongo is the first Black woman documented to have visited every country in the world.
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Stop the Train
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