Houston Human Trafficking Awareness Trainings -Hobby Airport and Nassau City Council Offices- Thurs Jan 26 2017

The Airline Ambassadors in partnership with the Houston Airport System and Travel to do good will present two human trafficking awareness training in advance of the Superbowl in Houston.  Unfortunately large sporting events like the Superbowl can be a magnet for the human traffickers. Developed for law enforcement personnel, ground transportation, airline, airport, hospitality and […]

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Human Trafficking Awareness Presentation – IAH Airport- Oct 25, 2016 10:00 AM –11:30 AM CDT

Human trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery and involves the use of force, fraud, or coercion to obtain some type of labor or commercial sex act. Every year, millions of men, women, and children are trafficked in countries around the world, including the United States. It is estimated that human trafficking generates many billions […]

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Going to the Market – A Colorful Experience in Suriname

The Suriname market is an interesting experience.  It is a blending of fresh locally grown vegetables and meats.  Because Suriname is such a melting pot,  Asia, Indonesia, the Africa diaspora, India and Europe play a huge role in the type of cuisine area.  Never once did I have a bad meal Everything is bold and […]

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Discover the Undiscovered in Suriname – My Trek to Brownsberg

When I told people my latest travel adventure would take me to Suriname, they wanted to know…. where was Suriname? and why was I going there??  To be very honest my answer was quite simply “waroom neit”……. which in Dutch, when translated to English simply means why not?  After all I had been living in […]

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Living Abroad in Asia – Keeping Kids Culturally Connected

Meet Akofa Wallace, our newest travel blog contributor.  A native of Ghana, she now lives abroad in Asia Her blog, Emefa’s Asia is the go-to resource for Black people living, working and visiting Asia Keen traveler and mom-of-two, Akofa Wallace is the founder and editor of brand new blog, www.emefasasia.wordpress.com. Inspired by her positive experiences […]

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Travel to do Good Adds New EduTours Division

EduTours Collaberation Receptionp

  June 28, 2015 – The Affinity Travel Group and Traveltodogood.com are pleased to announce a new global educational program alliance with SUBH Power Collage Consultants and Indus Ray Japan.   This collaboration will enable the entities to offer customized educational tours or EduTours that promote shared learning, inclusion, cultural immersion and service learning in […]

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Supply Chain News: Its Simple… Travel to do Good

Silviya and Maria Johanneburg

What happens when people of different ethnicities and cultural backgrounds participate in voluntourism? Travel To Do Good (TTDG) founder Roslyn Parker is exploring what this means as she brings voluntourists from diverse cultures to Jamaica, South Africa, and Ghana, as examples. She and her team from Affinity Travel Group are working to build on a […]

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Studying abroad could give you an edge in the job market www.cnn.com

First lady promotes international travel

Volunteer travel can lead to international travel and international travel can lead to studying abroad. Find out how how, the passport can become the new resume… CNN Editor’s note: First lady Michelle Obama took CNN iReporters’ questions about studying abroad. You can see the questions people asked her here. (CNN) — When Ashley Blackmon sat down for her job interview […]

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