Articles by Kenya Wright

Going to school and finishing a master’s degree, having a 9 to 5 job and earning at least six figures, and getting married and have a well-to-do family—these are just a few of the American dreams or should I say, American responsibilities that I decided to ditch since I was…

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I was never fond of traveling before. In fact, I despised it. I would rather choose to sit in front of my computer, social medializing and being a couch potato. But it was this one video from Facebook that triggered me to go on, pack my bag, and try out…

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Even as a little girl, my parents have always observed and even pointed out to me that I was a strong-willed “free spirit.” They said I was like a hot-air balloon that always needed to be anchored to the ground; otherwise I would just float and drift away. And with…

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