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Out of Eden Walk
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Walking from mankind's African Eden, across history, to the tip of the New World
Walking from mankind's African Eden, across history, to the tip of the New World

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Paul reaches Milestone 20, "Crossing," in the Mediterranean en route to Cyprus. See more: http://bit.ly/WPZTtS

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A student named Annie observes, “I think when exposed to the details of others' lives, you start noticing your own.” Read more from the latest Out of Eden Learn blog post: http://bit.ly/1pBqku1

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“ 'When we talk about Palestinian cooking, we talk about the influences from the outside,' she says. 'Our history is mixed into our food. It is the food of a crossroads. It contains migrations. It is about colonialism, conquest.' " Read more from Paul's new dispatch: http://bit.ly/1rIl4sW

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"I have paused the walk at Shilo because I wished to visit these controversial outposts, to meet an Israeli settler. Prowisor’s community, and others, is trying to evict Daraghmeh from the land he farms, claiming he is a squatter." Read the latest National Geographic dispatch: http://bit.ly/1nwRmW5

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What different kinds of complexity might children see when they take the time to look at things slowly? Read the latest Out of Eden Learn blog post: http://bit.ly/1n5QLLv

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Paul gives human perspective to the situation in Israel and the West Bank on NPR's Morning Edition. Listen: http://n.pr/1nALd6T

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Our deepest gratitude to all of you for walking along with us. We've reached our Kickstarter goal! Onward to Central Asia.

Thanks to your generosity, we can now set our sights on the next goal: translation. With 12 days still to go, we are happy to introduce our stretch campaign, and with it a new reward: one 50-inch art print of John Stanmeyer's World Press Award Winning "Signals" photograph. If you haven't yet donated, please consider contributing towards our global translation and education projects.

Lastly, bring your questions for Paul to his Reddit Ask Me Anything today at 4:00 PM ET. Check back at that time for the link.

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The latest blog post from Out of Eden Learn discusses improvements to their education materials and website. Do you have suggestions for your classroom? Read more: http://bit.ly/W0DeKZ

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Want to virtually share your own walk? We'd love to see where your journey is unfolding! The next time you're out walking, take a photo of your feet on your neighborhood trail, whether it be sidewalk, dirt path, grass, or water—or something else. Tweet the photo or share it on Instagram (@outofedenwalk for both) with your name and location and we'll share it with the Out of Eden Walk community.

Thanks to all of our generous fellow travelers, we've almost reached our Kickstarter goal! Please help us go all the way: http://kck.st/1zn4Dpv

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The Middle East is known today as a cauldron of instability, but this strategic region has been the scene of human struggles and migrations dating back to the Stone Age. Check out the region's turbulent history in this original interactive map from our Out of Eden Walk cartographer: http://bit.ly/1kF7u3j
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