RV road-tripper shares travel tips for Black families

Kay Apkan bought a terrible sensation from the RV park her relatives pulled into in Galveston, Texas.

Having traveled across the country total time since 2020, the Apkans were employed to being the only Black people in some sites, but this time felt different.

“It felt really overwhelming,” she explained, recalling the “humorous stares” they bought as Accomplice flags flew from RVs and golfing carts close by. 

She concerned about her son Aiden, who likes to go discovering on his bicycle.

“In a place like that … what if he rides somewhere and somebody seemed at him and thinks that he stated anything or did a little something, then resolved to consider issues into their have fingers?” Apkan said, fearing “an Emmett Till situation.”