Rashad McCrorey has taken over the internet a few times with his business called Africa Cross-Culture. This unique business is a travel company that focuses on sending Black Americans to African countries such as Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria,Rwanda, and Egypt. Rashad McCrorey was born in Harlem. His parents were originally from South Carolina but later moved to New York where they raised Reshad. His experiences with racism while growing up helped fuel his business idea later in his life.
Africa Cross-Culture has been in operation since the death of Eric Gardener back in 2014. Rashad can contest that regular trips to Africa can promote healing for Black Americans. One thing he loves about the experiences of traveling there is the fact that he is just a man. He isn’t a black man there. He is just simply a man and can escape the systematic oppression and racism of America. His trips offer many different experiences depending on the country the traveler chooses to visit.
The Egyptian tour focuses more on astrology and spiritual downloads. This year August 7th through August 13th they are offering a special trip that is built around the Lions Gate Portal. This is a cosmic alignment over the Giza Pyramids with the earth, sun, and the largest star in our solar system called Sirius. This event happens every year in the 8th month on the 8th day. This event is suppose to bring creativity and manifest power to people. Rashad can contest that every time he takes people on this trip he will get great ideas just a few weeks later.
His trip to Ghana is more focused on the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade but also focuses on culture, history and traditions. This trip allows travelers to visit the Elmina and Cape Coast Slave Dungeons. Travelers can also walk through the Doors of No Return. This trip can be an enlightenment of the West African Slave trade.
Choosing the Kenya experience will have travelers enjoying safaris and learning about animals but it doesn’t stop there. The Kenya experience also offers education on the East African Slave Trade. The often forgotten slave trade is also referred to as the Indian Ocean Slave Trade. It was responsible for sending African slaves to the Middle East. This trip will also touch on the Rwandan Genocide in which 100 days of slaughter killed over 600,000 member of the Tutsi Tribe during the Rwanda Civil War. Rashad says he also has a lot of connections in Uganga and this trip also offers education there.
Booking a trip with Africa Cross-Culture can educated Black Americans and help them escape the stresses of racism. Rashad has been living in Ghana for over a year now after the pandemic hit while on a routine trip. This prompted Reshad to say he wanted to stay in Africa. He wasn’t in any rush to get back to America and he has just stayed. This choice had his story go viral. He was written about in Forbes Magazine, re tweeted by T.I and Meek Mill, and he was even on World Star. He hopes his story can influence other Black Americans to do the same. He explains how escaping the daily stress of racism in America can be life changing. Even though there is an escape of racism, there is however a ranking of social class in Africa. “The rich get richer, the poor get poorer” Rashad explains. The good news is, American dollars are worth more in Africa. This moves the traveler up a class which has Rashad living pretty sweet there. One of these trips are sure to be an experience of a lifetime and may just have you making relocation plans too.
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