Thanks to a thriving black middle-class in Broward County, Fort Lauderdale has rewards in many dimensions for black travelers, from beaches to historic black communities.
Fort Lauderdale’s history dates back to Seminole Indians inhabiting the area for thousands of years.
The African-American Research Library and Von Mizell Cultural Center & Library are must-see.
One of America’s best beaches for its blend of great weather, hotels, bars, and restaurants.
National Women Of Color Empowerment Conference
The Women of Color Empowerment Conference builds professional relationships within the sisterhood.
Shops & Spa
Experience a small selection of notable spas and shops.
ATA Black Tennis Celebration
Broward County is a South Florida hub for the American Tennis Association.
Begin with Sistrunk Corridor, the historic core of African American Fort Lauderdale.
Barbecue, Soul Food, Jamaican, Sea Food, you’ll find them all here.
Spanning the north and south banks of New River in Broward County is a waterfront park in downtown.
The Museum of Discovery and Science features over 200 hands-on exhibits of science and technology.
Broward Center for the Performing Arts features Au Rene Theater and Amaturo Theater.
The Legacy of Al Tucker
A local legend who dreamed of a hotspot for tennis and black empowerment events.
Place the annual Women Of Color Empowerment Conference at the top of your itinerary when possible.