The Harrigan family lives in an RV full-time. Floshea Harrigan Floshea Harrigan lives in a 400-square-foot RV with her husband and four children full-time. Harrigan told Insider that her family rarely runs into other Black people or people of color in their travels, and she often feels uncomfortable on campgrounds as a result. “We exercise caution at all times, especially when we’re traveling down South,” Harrigan told Insider. She thinks that fewer Black people live tiny because of a lack of exposure to the lifestyle and the wealth gap. Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories. Nomadic living has become hugely popular in the US in recent years, with around one million people living in RVs in America, according to the RV Industry Association. The new crop of RV owners is different than the traditional mobile-home dwellers, as travel is often the primary motivating factor for purchasing a tiny home, rather than financial necessity. And according to one tiny dweller, the majority of people who live in RVs full-time have one other big thing in common: their race. Floshea Harrigan told Insider her family rarely runs into Black people or other people of color as they travel in their RV They don’t see other Black families living tiny. Floshea Harrigan Floshea Harrigan and her family have been living in their 400-square-foot RV full-time since 2017. They park their home on campgrounds throughout the US, taking up semi-permanent residences across the country. When they park on campgrounds, Harrigan said she rarely […]