Tourism Black and Blues — The Good Men Project
By Ana Paula da Silva
However, as an African-Brazilian woman, who is also something of a professional gringo watcher, what strikes me about these two forms of tourism is not their differences, but their commonalities. Both are predicated upon structures, which not only reserve global ... The next black American heritage tourist I meet who's read Machado de Assis—let alone Cruz e Souza—will be the first and believe me, I'm not holding my breath. Think about what this sort of attitude implies about black ...
The Good Men Project
The Passport Party Project Takes Flight
By Hispanic PR Blog
On Saturday, September 17, 2011, The Passport Party Project, a philanthropic initiative aimed at giving girls 11-16 a world view by gifting them with their very first passports will take flight. This 18-month nationwide campaign created by ...
Hispanic PR Blog
Medical Tourism Flourishes for Dental Care | John Goodman's ...
By John Goodman
In need of three dental implants for which received an estimated cost of $25000 to $30000 locally, he went to a medical tourist center in Costa Rica last. ... I suspect that tourism will expand to much more than dental care. Joe S. says: August 30 ...
John Goodman's Health Policy Blog
Spain: The world's 4th most visited country sees tourism growth ...
By Max Bielby
Spain welcomed over 32 million visitors in the first 7 months of this year, representing impressivetourism growth of 7.4% compared with the same period last year. Often overlooked, Spain still commands one of the world's largest and most ...
Karabakh Tourism Jumps 50 Percent | Asbarez Armenian News
Karabakh Tourism Jumps 50 Percent. A Morrocan tourist is flanked by schoolchildren in Stepanakert in October, 2010 (Ara Khachatourian photo). STEPANAKERT (RFE/RL)—The number of foreign tourists visiting Nagorno-Karabakh jumped ...
Asbarez Armenian News
Mardi Gras 2021 may be canceled but New Orleans is making up for it by eating king cake - Parades, balls and parties have been called off this year due to COVID-19. But in New Orleans, people are still indulging with king cake.
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