Johnette Iris’ entire family is in the D.C. area. But she lives in Rwanda. She told News4 she lives in the African nation in part because of racism in the United States. Life is different in Kigali. “Microaggressions are not part of my every day. They’re not part of my any day,” Iris said. Iris is one of many...
Black Americans living abroad say racism and unrest in the U.S. contribute to where they live. “Microaggressions are not part of my everyday. They’re not part of my any day,” one woman with roots in the D.C. area told News4’s Molette Green.