Most people aren't traveling, but luckily a number of museums and organizations have put together some amazing virtual ways of learning about Black history.
Sheryl Nance-Nash is a freelance writer specializing in travel, personal finance and business. Her travel writing has appeared on Newsweek.com, CNTraveler.com, Afar, ShermansTravel, Orbitz, RD.com, Fodors, amNY, TheWeek.com, among others. When she's not encouraging people to spend money wisely, she travels the globe to satisfy her wanderlust and to inspire others to do the same!
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