What it’s like to take a vacation away from white people
At a time when white supremacist groups march out in the open, and the President disparages African countries as “shitholes,” it’s not surprising many black Americans are feeling isolated and unsafe in communities and workplaces.
Some are turning those frustrations into acts of self-preservation, and are spending significant money to get outside of the country — away from the people who make them feel that way. Five black-owned travel organizations told VICE News that they’ve experienced upticks in interest from clients eager to get out of the United States since the election of President Trump.
We followed a group of women to the Women of Color Healing Retreat in Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica, a travel experience that emphasized yoga, vegan food, political education seminars, and specifically banned white people.
This segment originally aired February 5, 2018 on VICE News Tonight on HBO.
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