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Book details
  • Genre:TRAVEL
  • SubGenre:General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:68
  • eBook ISBN:9781483527147

The Handbook- Coping with Racism Abroad

by Jenny Abamu Akbas

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This eye-opening guide book is for anyone who loves to travel or is even thinking about traveling abroad. A must have part of your packing list!


“It is funny how pain, pressure and struggle often beget unimaginable beauty, and this book is no exception to that concept. This books is was birthed from the struggles and pain that minorities have had to face while traveling around the world. This comprehensive guide touches on topics of travel that are often unspoken of by the media, schools and most people in the world. As a seasoned traveler Jenny Abamu Akbaş is able to prepare others who share her dream of seeing the world. This is a must read for anyone considering traveling abroad.” “Beautiful, Beautiful, Beautiful. It's a wonderful piece, insightful, personal, well-written and engaging. The end fit magnificently.” –Bryan Gillian

About the author

Jenny Abamu Akbaş is a poet, writer, traveler and educator. She has traveled through the United States, Egypt, Nigeria, England, China, The Philippines, Jordan, Israel, Greece and Turkey. She has studied Spanish, French, Arabic and Turkish. After teaching in Turkey for 3 years, she chose to pursue her Masters in Comparative International Education from Columbia University in New York. It is through these experiences that she created this timeless guide.