15 Best Countries for Black Families to Live

Which are the best countries for black families to live? Insider Monkey’s latest article contains all the necessary information if you want to move to another country. That’s most likely going to be a country that already has many black citizens, and is racially integrated. This will ensure you can find a good job and be treated properly in your new country. Remember how it felt to be left out on the playground in elementary school? Let’s try to avoid experiencing that feeling again by avoiding all the bully countries that aren’t all that friendly to blacks. However, some of these countries on our list may surprise you. Because one of the countries with largest black population (Nigeria) is not even on this list. European countries with the highest black populations also struggled.

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Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three of the best countries for black families to live from their list.

The first country on our list can be Norway. Apparently, Norway is more than welcoming for Americans of color, and the story of an American citizen living in Oslo proves that. you can find this story in the long article. The second country where to go if you are a black family is Tanzania. You can enjoy all the exotic charm and mystique of the largest country in East Africa, since living and working in Tanzania is a great choice  for African Americans to live abroad. Considering latest update on the cost of living  in this country, moving to Tanzania doesn’t sound bad, right? Check out the Inter Nations’ website for more information. The next country in this list should be Costa Rica. If your plan is moving to Costa Rica, you should know that eight percent of this country is black, and it’s a quickly developing nation. Read about best places to live for black expats in Costa Rica in Insider Monkey’s compilation. At last, but not least we are mentioning the United Kingdom. People say that blacks in the United Kingdom are treated differently than blacks in America. Not badly, just differently.

For any further useful information, read Insider Monkey’s article about 15 best countries for black families to live.

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