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aurora ruvalcaba freelance Jan 16
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Amy Romer Jan 16
Excited for today’s symposium at
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Arati Kumar-Rao Jan 16
“Thanks to technology ... i can be anything I want to be.” Says Albert Lin who is talking about Transhumanism “I started to feel intense pain in a part of my body that didnt exist before,” he says of his amputated leg. Fascinating talk about mind and body
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Yasmin Tajik Jan 16
Catching the rewatch of . Amazing stories and imagery being shared. ⁦
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Danielle Fisher Jan 16
Photographer 's camera belt buckle 👌
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Andrew Revkin Jan 15
Beautiful photography mentoring thought from at : Whether you take the picture or miss the picture you've SEEN the picture...
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phyllis.iller Jan 19
This ? I have to be in attendance next time because it looks amazing, inspiring, and...affirming. Speaking this into existence, so that, when I'm there, I'll know the exactly moment I decided I'm going.
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Ethan Freedman Jan 16
"It's not about the numbers, it's about who's behind it." Another perfect quote on communication.
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Ethan Freedman Jan 16
Via -- Climate change is a slow violence, it's the opposite of a war. So communicating the urgency, the seriousness is harder to do.
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Colin Wheeler Jan 16
Always so inspiring to attend the Storytellers Summit! It was amazing to see some amazingly talented old friends, meet some of my new iLCP family, and to be back in HQ... my home away from home.
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Adriana Zehbrauskas Jan 17
Super emotional moment as Katie and her family are welcomed to the stage. Full room standing and applauding. “The Story Of A Face” photographed by Maggie Steber and Lynn Johnson
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Héctor M. Ramírez Jan 16
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ArcGIS StoryMaps Jan 15
Thanks for inviting us to lead a workshop at your headquarters today! Always exciting to see the great narratives your photographers, explorers, and other grantees have at their fingertips.
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Michael Hill Jan 16
President Tracy Wolstencroft outlines a new vision of a planet in balance
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Adriana Zehbrauskas Jan 15
“Sisters”, from the Family Matters project, which I’ll be presenting at the this Thursday, Jan 17th
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NatGeoLib+Archives Jan 16
Guess who’s in town for the ? The ducks!
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Anne Lewis Jan 17
We have never forgotten generations rely on our yellow border as a portal to the world. Tracy Wolstencroft, CEO, National Geographic Society I believe has said something similar for her littles!
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Trendsmap DC Jan 16
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Charles Leroy Smith Jan 16
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Kiliii Yuyan Jan 17
One of the greatest honors and privileges of my life— to speak at and about Iñuit and indigenous issues. // photo by
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