September 21, 2021

27 thoughts on “Black American Moves to Africa- Why I Moved To Africa

  1. I KEEP TELLING BLACK PEOPLETHAT WE ARENOT FREE! FREEDOM TOME IS WHEN YOU DON'T HAVE TO TALK ABOUT IT OR THINK ABOUT IT! I WONDER WHAT IT MUST BE LIKE TO FEEL FREEDOM AND HAVING THIS ALBATROSS WRAPPED AROUND MY MIND! I FEEL THE RETRAINTS ON ME EVERYDAY AND I JUST WANT TO GO TOTHE MOTHERLAND AND NOT THINK ABOUT THIS RACIST COUNTRY..I WISH THAT WE ALL COULD VISIT AND ESPECIALLY OUR YOUNG PEOPLE. IT WILL CHANGE THEIR LIVES…OFCOURSE, ALL OF US SHOULDN'TGO… IF THEY DON'TCHANGE THEIR MINDSET..I REALLY LIKE THIS YOUNG MAN AND I AM SO GLAD TO HEAR HIS TESTIMONY…IT HELPS!!! WE DO HAVE SOMEWHERE THAT WE CAN GO TO ANDJUST BE FREE!!

  2. Africa is never a dark continent. It was dark under colonial rule and poisoned with forced religious fanaticism and brainwashing. It must regain its authentic self its own ways traditions connected to the land they live. It may look poor but its pure without superstitions

  3. Bro …. I definitely will be hitting you up… I stayed in a Hostel when I was living in San Diego and had an apartment in TJ ,Mexico… Actually Playas de Tijuana. So glad I found your page . I feel you on this topic made my mind up and was like peace I'm out … I grew up in N.C. and basically was like why am I'm going to keep pleading with these people to treat me right! It's a whole world out here lol … Deuce's ✌🏿now I'm headed to Africa

  4. I usually don't sit and listen to videos longer than a couple minutes long bc of my short attention span, but as soon as you started talking, i was sold. I agree with everything you said and I couldn't have said it better. Thank you for making this video, a lot of people need to hear this.

  5. If I could give this video a trillion thumbs up. Nothing to fight or protest for over here. I love to hear more about your faith. Sounds like you know we the children of The Most High:)

  6. Some years ago I was living in Africa and I use to see only white tourist coming to Africa very huge white Europeans no black Americans so I use to ask my self why don't black American not visiting Africa we see only europian or japans coming to Africa, and sometimes we meet some backpacks or the road traveling through villages with truck and busses so we use to ask them what do they think of Africa they use to say Africa is a beautiful continent we have never seen so beautiful place like Africa. so I use to think maybe African Americans don't like Africa or maybe they can't afford to come but I came to know they were not getting good info about Africa.

  7. I’ve been feeling the same way about my religion, beliefs, and the future of America. I’ve been looking to escape too myself. If The Most High is willing I’ll be on my way to Tanzania by summer.

  8. Black Americans are getting there. Two weeks ago I typed in expat on Youtube. My jaw drops daily. Even a few living in Mexico. All three are early 20's.

    I stayed in a hostel in Brazil. I met women who were nomadic. They have been to Vietmam, Singapore and I forgot where else. They graduate college and burn off. They weren't black though.

    I joined two Fb travel groups. I have seen women take pictures kissing a giraffe and hugging a tiger in Thailand. We get around.

    I am taking my first trip home to Africa in August 2021, solo. My first visit will be to Senegal. I am stacking my 401k so I can go where everybody looks like me

  9. Yes! This! Exactly this! I also left. I first went to Peru and now I've been in Japan for the past 6+ years. I'm planning to go to Tanzania. The whole concept of "being Black" and what it means to travel completely changed when I left. You don't have to be rich to travel, and your Blackness isn't your only identity! Hope to link up, collab, and meet like-minded entrepreneurial people when I get there. 🙂

  10. I endorse everything you said. The "my ancestors built this…" line means nothing, our ancestors built that land for mzungus. Best thing is to "milk the cow" and leave or stay there but make things work in your favour.

  11. OMG! This has been my life of travel for years. I even hipped friends to the hostel life years ago. My family got to the point of always expecting me to be hopping on a flight and being out of the country for months at a time. Fortunately, I’m blessed to have met amazing people from around the world. And being self employed and acquiring assets which generate income is priceless.

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