Episode 113: Sojournies

March 11, 2020

 

Building on last week’s discussion about the Black travel movement, today’s episode focuses on what it means to make the world our classroom. Specifically, we interview Sojourner White, a MSW candidate studying international Social Work and the founder of Sojournies, a site that provides resources on traveling abroad and navigating the world as a Black woman. During the episode we learn more about Sojourner’s background and motivation for documenting her travels through Sojournies (57:20) and how she bridges academic pursuits and traveling (1:01:50). We then have a conversation about myths and misconceptions related to international travel (1:04:25) how identity shapes International interactions and experiences (1:07:00), and the unique issues and opportunities that come with being a Black woman traveling abroad (1:12:10). We close the episode by discussing Black history and culture across the globe (1:18:35), Black hair care while traveling internationally (1:22:35), Sojourner’s favorite destinations (1:26:32), what people should consider when traveling alone (1:29:35) and how graduate students can travel on a budget (1:34:40). 

 

Other Topics Include:  

00:30 - Catch up with Ty and Daphne 

01:48 - Coronavirus Response 

10:20 - “Oh Lawd” News 

34:00 - BhD Political Discussion 

54:30 -  Introduction of Today's Special topic 

57:20 - Learn more about Sojourner White

1:39:00 - Ty and Daphne Reflect on the Episode

Resources 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Please reload

Recent Posts
Please reload

  • Twitter Social Icon
  • Instagram
  • Facebook Social Icon
  • YouTube
  • iTunes Social Icon
  • SoundCloud Social Icon

© 2023 by The New Frontier. Proudly created with Wix.com