In rural Tanzania, a surprising collision of cultures and craft by Karen Frances Eng

A impromptu collaboration between an Uruguayan documentary photographer, a Nigerian fashion designer, an American cellist and three Maasai herdsmen in rural Tanzania sparks an unexpected artwork fueled by music, fashion, photography and poetry.

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Learning to live as human beings in harmony with the wild by Karen Frances Eng

In one of Africa’s most remote regions, people long cut off from the modern world are slowly making contact and looking to make better lives—inadvertently creating a cascade of environmental and social plights. National Geographic explorer and conservationist Steve Boyes has an idea for protecting these people, as well as their natural heritage.

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