• Free online learning program for youth around the world - slowing down, sharing stories, making connections
  • Free online learning program for youth around the world - slowing down, sharing stories, making connections
  • Free online learning program for youth around the world - slowing down, sharing stories, making connections
  • Free online learning program for youth around the world - slowing down, sharing stories, making connections
  • Free online learning program for youth around the world - slowing down, sharing stories, making connections
  • Free online learning program for youth around the world - slowing down, sharing stories, making connections

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Paul's Walk

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In January 2013, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Paul Salopek set off from Ethiopia on a seven-year walk around the world.

His route retraces the migratory pathways of our ancient human ancestors.

As he walks, Paul writes about what he observes and reflects on where we have come in our unfolding human story.

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Map of the world, showing Paul's path from Ethiopia to South America.

Latest Dispatch From Paul

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Looking for Afghanistan? Turn Left at the Enormous Flagpole

Sep 5, 2017

Traversing the planet on foot, one begins to notice—up close, in lingering detail, as landscape slides by at three miles per hour—certain repeating patterns of architecture ... more

Latest Dispatch From Project Zero

Educator's Blog: Walk To Learn

Changing the Conversation about Migration: A Provisional Pedagogic Framework

Sep 12, 2017

This blog post is co-authored by Liz Dawes Duraisingh, Emi Kane, and Sarah Sheya. Last year, Out of Eden Learn piloted and launched a new learning ... more