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July/August 2018

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WHY PLANNERS SHOULD ONLY BOOK DESTINATIONS THAT SUPPORT THE AFRICAN-AMERICAN MARKET SEGMENT

African-American travel has been increasing for decades and remains on the rise.  The world has opened-up and African-Americans are seeking unique experiences that allow us to explore our roots, see new lands, and be a part of the world.  When we attend conferences and conventions we are also looking for a tourism experience.  We want to see where and how African-Americans live in other Cities.  We want to visit museums, eat in Black-owned restaurants and shop in our neighborhood stores.  But as the hostile political environment against People of Color heightens, concerns of safety weigh heavily in our choices of where to hold conventions and take vacations.

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