This Black-Owned Hotel In Morocco Will Blow You Way | Atlanta Black Star



After purchasing the land in 2000, Loum-Martin and her husband built Jnane Tamsna, a boutique hotel located in Marrakech, from the ground up in less than a year, according to Black Enterprise. The unique lodging has since been featured in dozens of coffee table books and magazines, including Elle, Vogue and Town & Country.Variety, the goal of the film will be to open up a new universe of DC studio properties. It will be based on the eponymous comic book series, originally created by Jack Kirby in 1971. The New Gods, a fictional race from planets New Genesis and Apokolips, occupy their complementary worlds (one dystopian, one utopian) in a space known as the Fourth World.

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Loum-Martin noted the journey hasn’t always been easy, however.

“… At that time, I was a Black woman in a country with a low percentage of Black people,” she told the magazine, speaking to the discrimination often faced by darker skinned Blacks in Morocco.

Meryanne Loum-Martin, Jnane Tamsna, Morocco, African American Travel, Black Travel, Black-Owned Resort, KINDR'D Magazine, KINDR'D

Meryanne Loum-Martin, Jnane Tamsna, Morocco, African American Travel, Black Travel, Black-Owned Resort, KINDR'D Magazine, KINDR'D