11 episodes

Welcome to Blaxit Global, a bi-weekly podcast featuring inspiring conversations with trailblazing Black expats who out of fear or frustration, left their country of origin to live out their wildest dreams abroad. The podcast also chronicles the journey of host Chrishan Wright as she prepares to make her Blaxit from the United States. The show will delve into topics of Blackness, oppression, cultural transition, economic opportunity and other issues facing people of the African diaspora. Each episode is designed to demystify the planning and process of moving abroad by showcasing the triumphs and resiliency of Black expats. You’ve heard the term, now be inspired by the movement! Visit the Blaxit Global online! www.blaxitglobal.com. Support Blaxit Global by donating to our Patreon - www.patreon.com/blaxitglobal.

Blaxit Global Chrishan Wright

    • Places & Travel
    • 5.0 • 43 Ratings

Welcome to Blaxit Global, a bi-weekly podcast featuring inspiring conversations with trailblazing Black expats who out of fear or frustration, left their country of origin to live out their wildest dreams abroad. The podcast also chronicles the journey of host Chrishan Wright as she prepares to make her Blaxit from the United States. The show will delve into topics of Blackness, oppression, cultural transition, economic opportunity and other issues facing people of the African diaspora. Each episode is designed to demystify the planning and process of moving abroad by showcasing the triumphs and resiliency of Black expats. You’ve heard the term, now be inspired by the movement! Visit the Blaxit Global online! www.blaxitglobal.com. Support Blaxit Global by donating to our Patreon - www.patreon.com/blaxitglobal.

    Season 1 Finale: Casting Your Vision

    Season 1 Finale: Casting Your Vision

    The Season 1 finale of the Blaxit Global podcast is dedicated to helping you cast the vision for your new life abroad. Host Chrishan Wright shares her three takeaways from the first season of the show, along with updates on her own Blaxit journey.Season...

    • 22 min
    Nii Armah & Kristin Tellis Quaye: Greatness in Ghana

    Nii Armah & Kristin Tellis Quaye: Greatness in Ghana

    Nii Armah Quaye and Kristin Tellis Quaye are the founders of Certified Africa. A travel and lifestyle company that is assisting the African Diaspora to travel, relocate, and start businesses in Ghana and other African countries.  They are a Ghanaian and...

    • 47 min
    What Does 'Blaxit' Mean? (Bonus Episode)

    What Does 'Blaxit' Mean? (Bonus Episode)

    Blaxit Global Remix: Lately, it feels like more and more people are talking about, 'Blaxit'.  In fact, CNN's Don Lemon recently devoted an episode of his podcast to the subject.  Depending on who you ask, you'll get a different definition. During my...

    • 8 min
    Marsha Ganthier: La vie à Paris

    Marsha Ganthier: La vie à Paris

    Marsha Ganthier is a marketing executive with 10+ years of healthcare industry experience. Born and raised in a small town in New Jersey, her Haitian upbringing left her feeling drawn to the Francophile part of her culture. Marsha caught the travel bug early and even spent some time abroad while finishing up her International Marketing degree. Living in Europe always felt like a natural next step and she realized that destiny three years ago when she moved to Paris, France.

    • 32 min
    Valerie Weyland: Purpose in Perth

    Valerie Weyland: Purpose in Perth

    Valerie Weyland (formerly Valerie Ogoke) is an explorer at heart, always open to what life may bring. She is a business owner, meditation facilitator, health + wellness coach, and a reiki healer. She is Nigerian-American and was born and raised in Inglewood, California. Currently residing in Perth, Western Australia, she founded Brown Girl Bloom in 2017. Brown Girl Bloom curates safe spaces for women of colour to thrive with a focus on holistic well-being.

    • 33 min
    Alexis O'Reilly: Pura Vida in Costa Rica

    Alexis O'Reilly: Pura Vida in Costa Rica

    After Alexis O’Reilly and her family literally became sick from the effects of workplace marginalization and a sedentary lifestyle in the States, what started off as a 1-year sabbatical ended up with the family discovering the health and wellness they desperately craved in the jungles of Costa Rica.

    • 22 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
43 Ratings

43 Ratings

bufflord ,

Excellent

Grateful for this podcast. Keep up the great work.

Sue in NJ ,

Unique and engaging topic

I love the very specific and unique focus of this podcast. I feel like I am living vicariously through these stories and Chrishan is the perfect host. Keep the stories and tips coming!

-jada ,

This gives me hope

I listened to all the podcasts on a 3-4 hour car ride. Each story gave me hope and the confidence to find the peace I and my children deserve. What I appreciate is the attention to the pandemic and hearing how each country has responded. Although, I don’t necessarily see being able to expat anywhere from the US now during the pandemic, hearing how these stories on govt response in comparison to the US is heart breaking BUT allows me to see that it is the US that ultimately have the issue of being humane. We all deserve to be treated humane. I am gladly trying to find the place that will enable me to find that humanity and peace because of these stories. Lots of leads on where that might be on these podcasts. Highly recommend tuning in and being a subscriber.

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