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Paul Salopek Jul 16
"When the Eyes and Ears are open, even the leaves on the trees teach like pages from the scriptures." —Kabir, 15th century On the trail in northern West Bengal, India.
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Melissa Fleming Jul 18
The world’s refugees and migrants don’t demand our pity. They just ask for our attention.” - The most beautiful piece I have read about the experience of people on the move, by one who is walking with them.
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Paul Salopek Jul 16
Walking through the mass migrations that define our age: the latest ⁦⁩ story in the ⁦⁩ series.
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Paul Salopek Jul 18
Vascular world. Forests near Buxa Tiger Reserve, West Bengal, India.
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Kristalina Georgieva 13h
A fascinating piece by on migration. A must read
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Out of Eden Jul 16
The is the longest running story series in magazine. The newest installment, on mass migrations, was just published:
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Andy Richardson Jul 14
Have you checked out Excellent way to integrate many topics with migration/immigration/refugee issues among others.
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Paul Salopek Jul 12
"We don’t see many sadhus on foot anymore. Everyone does their pilgrimage by car." Hanuman temple, on the banks of the Ganges, near Benares, Uttar Pradesh, India.
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Out of Eden Jul 17
The migration crisis: "However you react, with compassion or fear, humankind’s reawakened mobility has changed you already." writes for
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Out of Eden Jul 15
Could a woman walk around the world? Does this project rely on maleness? Or whiteness? Or Western visa privilege? talks to the women who've joined the : + many others
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#HowWillTheyHear Jul 19
"The United Nations estimates that more than a billion people— 1 in 7 humans alive today—are voting with their feet, migrating within their countries or across international borders." The is fascinating- pray it leads to more understanding of migration & displacement
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Out of Eden Jul 19
.'s new article for chronicles the stories of migrants he walked alongside. Not victims, not invaders, not symbols—just people doing what they can.
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Paul Salopek Jul 14
Breakfast glory. Walking partner & raisins. West Bengal, India.
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Paul Salopek Jul 15
A pleasure to be ambling through global stories with you, . Onward to the next 16 million steps.
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Out of Eden Jul 15
In Varanasi, an urban renewal project is pushing out Hindu priests, longterm residents of the city. On the costs of city beautification:
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Out of Eden Jul 18
Whatever else refugees may be, they aren’t powerless. They don’t demand our pity. They just ask for our attention. Words from . Read the full story in
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Out of Eden Jul 17
"Our modern lives, housebound as they are, have changed almost beyond recognition since that golden age of footloose exploration. Or have they?" This month's cover story is 's boot-level view of migration
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Beervisser Jul 16
Reisjournalistiek op haar best!
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Siddharth Agarwal Jul 16
Inheritance. A young boy shadows his dad. Image taken while walking with on his trail.
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Siddharth Agarwal Jul 14
Gifts from another walking partner - Aziz, from Uzbekistan. Indeed a global trail, the ! These raisins were the best i've ever had!
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