Why Black Folks Never Journey to Africa

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  1. I think is because The Majority or Black Americans are Aborigines & Native to America
    Also pre indians There ancestors came to America Years before the Mongoloids Indians

  2. Black travel movement?? Black people need to get their priorities straight..

    Dr Frances Cress Welsing —
    "We are in a war for our racial genetic survival against the white supremacists in the system of racism white supremacy."

    Neely Fuller, Jr. —
    “If you do not understand white supremacy (racism) — what it is and how it works — everything else that you think you understand will only confuse you.”

    • As long as Racism exists, anything said, or done, by people, that is not intended to help eliminate Racism, and to help produce justice, is a waste of time/energy.

    • Each and every Victim of Racism should minimize the time and effort spent doing anything other than, thinking, speaking, and acting, in a manner that helps to eliminate Racism, and helps to establish justice. Each and every person should seek to do this, every day, in every area of activity, including Economics, Education, Entertainment, Labor, Law, Politics, Religion, Sex, and War.

    Neely Fuller Jr – Sing And Dance After The White Man Falls!!!

    Keep following the logic and staying on code..

  3. I’m Nigerian and I approve this message. The ones of us that do frequent Nigeria are particularly rich. But don’t let this fool you. This is a very small group of people. The poverty in Nigeria is vast and very shameful

  4. This is why race don't make any sense… despite being of the same place of origin African Americans and Africans are so different. even west Africans are different from east Africans and so is the north and south. it's all about culture. It's not fair to say because someone is Nigerian that they are privileged, it's in their culture to network and over achieve. Similar to East Asian culture where achievements and family is the greater value. making Nigerians different from black Americans where they value freedom of expression, independence and just going with the flow.

    You can be of any ethnicity and be raised in a different culture you will be more in tune with the culture you grew up with. We all just value different things and we have our way of looking at things what could be good for you could be looked at as bad for another person.

  5. What's in Africa for black American people. What do black Americans really know about Africa. It could be an emotional strees for them. And they may hate white people even more. Especially in South Africa .

  6. Some countries offer visa on arrival or online visa applications. Uganda, Rwanda and Kenya have a joint visa (e.g. you only need one visa for all three countries). Flights can be expensive. But there are deals. Rwandair has very reasonable flights from London Gatwick. There are some very good discount airlines within Africa. For example Fastjet

  7. Why do black women from America gave bigger mouths and thicker lips than Africans.
    Where are the Africans that look like black Americans with those Steve Harvey teeth?
    Bernie Mac Smile
    I just don't sense the connection between black Americans and black Africans.

  8. Your talking nonsense. Black people , African Americans in particular, travel to the continent. Stop speaking in such general terms. I can see you saying more should be going. Your ignorant of facts!?

  9. What the fuck you mean? Most black people just trying to survive. Going to Africa is not even on the radar. I think every black person should go at least once but when it comes down to saving for that trip or putting food on the table, which one you think they will pick?

  10. I wanted to take a family ancestry test before I took a trip to Africa. I wanted to see the places where some of my ancestors are from. But it's expensive, so I haven't hopped on it. :-/

  11. I can get you all there, I got planes boats and I'm working on teleportation, america is racist you should leave america ASAP so hit me up, I will gladly do it because I'm so SICK OF YOU PEOPLE BITCHING AND CRYING, why do you think the countries from witch the immigrants come are shit holes… the same reasons you people complain and want to turn all countries in the shit hole you immigrants came from.

  12. Thank you so much for this video!! Do you have any videos about how to have an easy trip to NYC?? Knowing just a touch of experience that you have in the city would be much appreciated!! ❤️

  13. "what is time"? LOL. I hate to admit it but there is such a thing as African time 😀 Explains why there's a stereotype around African Americans and being late… Anyhoooo, travelling through sub Sahara Africa may not be a log-on-point-click-pay affair but if you have a good travel agent it is possible and for much less than many are led to believe. Do some research. And come over. You'll love it.

  14. You are correct on the social network that African immigrants have. Many of my coworkers are of African descent and are well traveled. One of them was known for taking extended vacations of a month or more. When I asked her how she was able to accomplish traveling 3-4 weeks,she was not very forthcoming. Expense plays a big part in travel.

  15. Sis, the ONLY way i was able to afford traveling to Ghana & Cote d'Ivoire is b/c my Puerto Rican uncle works for the U.S. St. Dept & is stationed in C.d.I. If not for him living there and knowing what I needed to obtain in order to travel (i.e. Visa,vaccines, etc), I don't think I would of ever been able to afford to go. Thank you for this vid!!!

  16. Thats sounds exhausting! I didnt know you had to have a Visa to travel to certain countries in Africa. You gave a lot of info that was helpful. However, it would be nice not to have so much of a hassle when trying to travel! Wow! Its kind of discouraging but I still want to go one day!

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