Blaxit UK | Why Are Black People Moving Abroad?
Blaxit UK is officially “a thing”. We’re celebrating the Exodus Collective being featured in the UK’s Voice newspaper this week!
While the exodus of black folks to their respective motherlands has been happening for decades, the current hostile environment in the UK is prompting increasing numbers to seek a better quality of life overseas.
For nearly two years, the Exodus Collective has profiled the stories of Black Brits and African Americans immigrating to the Caribbean. We’ve even told the tales of those moving to Ghana from the UK, as interest in moving to the Motherland is hard to ignore.
But now we’re moving from storytelling to actually supporting you to take action by hosting a series of live workshops that will show you exactly how to plan your new life abroad.
Our panel of experts will be on hand to answer your questions directly and the session will be your opportunity to connect with other move-makers who are set on a Bla xit to your desired destination too.
The Exodus Collective ‘CARIBBEAN RELOCATION WORKSHOPS’ TAKE PLACE ON:
– Grenada: 11am – 1pm (GMT -5), Sunday 10 April 2022
– St Kitts & Nevis: 11am – 1pm (GMT -5), Sunday 24 April 2022
– St Lucia: 11am – 1pm (GMT -5), Sunday 8 May 2022
➡️ Book your place here: https://bit.ly/Caribbean-Relocation
ABOUT THE EXODUS COLLECTIVE
The Exodus Collective is a platform dedicated to inspiring folks in the African Diaspora to relocate to the West Indies to start new lives in spaces where we can truly flourish.