Category: Insights

Coworking in Bulgaria, Bali, and Beyond

With the widespread talk about coworking and the creation of coworking spaces around the globe, I took the time to speak to organizers from three to get a little insight on how they came to be and what makes them special.

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Sex Tourism Knows No Gender

Do you prefer calling it a beach fling, vacation romance, sexcapades, or close encounters of the Third World kind? Female sex tourism is on the rise especially with the female dominated international Black travel movement.

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The Airport Zone

It is a dimension as vast as three hundred football fields and as timeless as a layover. This is the dimension of strange behavior. It is an area which we call The Aiport Zone.

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Spend a Year in Australia – It’s Easy

It can be hard to save enough money to travel around for a year, enter this easy to access program is designed for high school graduates aged 18–30. It allows visa holders to travel Down Under for up to twelve months and work for any employer for 6 of those 12 months. It’s a great opportunity for recent graduates who want to take a year off or those looking for a break from their day-to-day jobs.

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Why live in DUBAI?

Why Dubai is the best place to live out of over 20 global cities (including New York, Paris, Havana, Rio, DC, Lima, Atlanta, Pretoria) that the author previously inhabited

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Black in West Asia

While not the typically advertised face of Arabia, there are significant numbers of people of African descent who are also fully Arab. It is hard to trace the exact number because unlike the transatlantic slave trade, the West Asian slave trade primarily targeted women who served as domestics, wet nurses, and sex-slaves. One former teacher recounts in her blog Live Travel More, “In Abu Dhabi…the grocery store in my building sells fresh collard greens, Jiffy cornbread mix, and Just for Me relaxer box sets.” The UAE is known for its ladies nights, if you look at your apps it is possible to go out any night of the week be given free drinks just for showing up.

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Videos on Internationality


Jose Luis Cardona (Graphic Designer): Transits through the thoughts of communities, cultural manifestations and productive practices, incorporating graphic design as a participatory element and a tool for community strengthening.