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Traveling Incognegro

Traveling Incognegro

By Ashley Scott

Welcome to Traveling Incognegro. In this podcast, Ashley Scott acknowledges the privilege of traveling on a U.S. passport while confronting the challenges of traveling while Black. Living with that duality requires his travelers, guests, and listeners to question, "How am I using my travel to uplift the voices of the people of color in the countries I travel? and "How do I make my travel more socially impactful?" Tune in to hear stories of charity, allyship, and brotherhood.
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Africa On My Back

Traveling IncognegroAug 05, 2020

Africa On My Back
Aug 05, 202037:53
Fun Weird Science!

Fun Weird Science!

In this episode, Ashley interviews Ronnie Thomas, of Fun Weird Science. Once a science teacher, Ronnie, now travels around the world giving science hows and providing professional development to international teachers and administrators. Together they discuss Ronnie's mission of delivering S.T.E.M. engagement to k-12 students around the world. Who's ready for some Fun Weird Science while Traveling Incognegro?
Jul 27, 202042:45
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Afroaventuras Abroad

Afroaventuras Abroad

In this episode, Ashley speaks with Chaitra Chambers of Afroaventuras Abroad, a travel group of wanderlusting moms dedicated to raising global citizens and curating epic trips & immersive experiences.  Join us on this journey as we Travel Incognegro!
Jul 06, 202049:52
What is Traveling Incognegro

What is Traveling Incognegro

In this episode, Ashley explains the meaning and significance of Traveling Incognegro and tells the story of how he began traveling internationally.
Jun 29, 202040:09


Travel. Let’s define that.
Travel is: to make a journey; to go from one place to another, typically over a distance of some length and/or abroad. Many of my friends travel as a means to escape and to unwind. Some of my friends see travel as a luxury they can’t afford to experience, and that prompted me to establish my own travel company, Abiri Tours, that creates affordable international travel for Black and Brown families. I began teaching in 2007, but for the last ten years, I have traveled to 37 countries and have traveled with over 400 students and dozens of families. I’m not your typical traveler; I live amongst the citizens and fully immerse myself in the culture. As I travel the friendly skies sometimes there’s turbulence, and sometimes it’s smooth sailing, but it’s always an experience from which I can choose to learn.
How do you define travel?
My name is Ashley Scott, and I’ll tell you how I define it on this podcast, TRAVELING INCOGNEGRO.
Jun 21, 202001:27