CSUEB Black/African American Community Success Abroad
Identities are complicated, personal, and based on many factors including but not limited to race, experience, socioeconomic status, and gender. And how we identify can shift from place to place and as we navigate various spaces and contexts. Those who identify as Black/African American may have specific concerns or questions about studying abroad. We are here to help you through the process of selecting a study abroad program that meets your personal, academic, and career goals. CSUEB Study Abroad provides resources and information related to how the specifics of your identity might relate to the program you choose.
- All Abroad – a website with resources for African American, Asian/Pacific Islander, Latino/a, and Native American Students
- STAMPED Podcast (episodes that highlight the study abroad stories of Black/African-American students and students of color)
- On She Goes – an online travel community that “helps women of color travel more confidently, more adventurously, and more often.”
- “Red, White, Blue & Black: Navigating my African-American Identity in London” – IFSA-Butler Unpacked.
- Diversity Abroad – Racial & Ethnic Minority Students Abroad
- Diversity Abroad – Information for Heritage Seekers
- “Top 10 Reasons for African American Students to Go Abroad” from Transitions Abroad
- Travel Noire – “Cultivated Insights from a Community of Black Travelers”
- Center for Global Education’s “What About Discrimination?”
- Managing Black Hair Abroad – Diversity Abroad
- “Realizing my Skin Color While Studying Abroad” – Diversity Abroad
- Study Abroad Matters: Top 10 Reasons for African American Students to Study Abroad
- AFS Intercultural Programs: Advice & Resources for Black Students Abroad
- Black Beyond Borders