LIFE AFTER THE ‘GREEN BOOK’: WHAT IS THE FUTURE FOR BLACK TRAVELERS IN AMERICA?

I grew up knowing that Black folks travel. The dining room table at Akwaaba, my parents’ Brooklyn-based inn, hosted a steady rotation of Black travelers from around the U.S. and the world. Over warm biscuits and creamy grits, they talked about the museum exhibit they planned to see and the Broadway show that left them breathless. © Illustration by Diana Ejaita The Black travel market ha...