Carnival is coming! Sociedade Rosas De Ouro (The Society Of Golden Roses) is a Samba academy, here is a sample of how they perfect the dances & songs here in Sao Paulo!
Are the legends about Brazil & The Dominican Republic true!? We sat down and really open up life in our new countries as Expats and Immigrants are anything like we’ve been told!
Stephen Storey did it, & wrote a map to help other people get there.
When I met him I had no idea how deep his story goes and how many things he had to get good at so he could help everyone else to get there!
This roundtable got wild! Who has the responsibility/right to fight for “Thier People”, and what does that even mean?! Continue reading
We’re all reacting to the bombing & trying to decide if the world really is safer than it used to be, or is the violence just more centralized! Then we went deeper into how Sectarianism and violence deal with Black Folks.
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Listen up! Vonetta went from Alabama to Ireland, and then to Brazil! We dig into everything from Her “Mission”, to not being limited by The Tribe!
This is the price of life in Sao Paulo, Brazil! Leave a detailed list of your cities expenses in the comments because there is someone, somewhere, who wants to live the ExPat life, and needs your information!
Here Are My Calculations! ~>
Oshay asked: “Is Brazil Worth Moving To For Black Men!?”
He got what he asked for, but I am certain it wasn’t what he planned on when we sat down at his channel to talk! Oshay threw hardball questions when he asked about money, relationships, women, and life in general as an Expat / Traveller / Adventurer living in Brazil compared to other places around the world!
Dr. Neil Turner is a Renaissance Man who has turned his unique talents and skill-set into a master-key that has unlocked far more than most academics and free thinkers can imagine! We dug into his ever-expanding decade-long ethnographic fieldwork in Brazil and, among other things he helped me in my struggle to understand the Racism Vs. Classism debate and debacle that plagues my mind in Brazil. More importantly, he opens up about the other components that fill in his success as a bi-lingual:
The way he breaks down how he explored the country he was interested in is a blueprint for people interested in moving to a new culture! Continue reading
I’m being called on more and more often to coach new world travellers on how to get started on a global journey! I am always glad to pay it forward!
At best, this will be one of the least exciting technical aides I have ever penned. Though, however academic, you will find joy in that if you ever plan on travelling or living abroad, this will be the most comprehensive list of things you need to do to get started that you will ever read. ~> Wheels up, lets go!