Through ubiquitous laughter, they discuss the obvious and not-so-obvious experiences of being culturally dimensional within and outside of both the Third Culture Kid (TCK) and global Black communities.
Some key quotes:
- “We don’t get our version of ‘Eat Pray Love.'”
- “We need a platform that showcases and normalizes black people moving abroad for regular reasons.”
- Black people moving abroad “is part of our heritage, it’s part of our experiences.”
Strap in and prepare for a good ride!
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