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Tracking the Illegal Tusk Trade | National Geographic

  • Josefina R.
    Josefina R.

    Illegal (is there a legal tusk trade, if i may ask?) must be stopped at all cost.

Dinner and Deception - The New York Times

  • Rebekah

    Fantastic. Though not in the same way, been there

Sarah Tomczak shares the 10 things her thirties taught her about herself – as part of a series on three writers turning 30,40 and 50 reflecting on the decade that they’re leaving behind.

  • Olivia Johanson - EveryHomeRemedy.Com
    Olivia Johanson - EveryHomeRemedy.Com

    Hi Pinterest I would love to contribute to your group board ;)

There’s absolutely no doubt: a lifetime will never be enough to explore the delights of our world. We’re living on a beautiful, rich and colorful planet that holds a natural diversity, gorgeous landscapes and we, through the ages, have created a majestic culture and built environment that spreads across all continents.

  • virginia wattles
    virginia wattles

    Like these words

Stephen Colbert’s Smoking Suit Style | GQ

  • Becca Palmer
    Becca Palmer

    Can't wait :)

A tough article about the retailing giant brought varied reactions and thousands of comments.

Summer Vacation: Goodbye Restaurants, Hello Kitchen - The New York Times

Millennials Are Foodies: Consequences for Restaurants, Agriculture, and Grocery Stores - The Atlantic

"How Trees Calm Us Down" via Mary Lambert who has an epic #PinNowReadLater board of her own!

Millennials Are Foodies: Consequences for Restaurants, Agriculture, and Grocery Stores - The Atlantic

'Between the World and Me' by Ta-Nehisi Coates - The Atlantic

How Prince, perseverance and plenty of pliés helped Misty Copeland make history, and change the staid world of ballet.

Randy Pausch Last Lecture: Achieving Your Childhood Dreams - YouTube

  • G R
    G R

    This is an amazing lecture. He was an amazing man.


  • Mickey Burkett
    Mickey Burkett

    Thank you for the book. I will enjoy reading it when I have time to.

A Framework for Designing Sustainable Cultures — Designing Culture — Medium

Gwyneth Paltrow Goes To Market | Fast Company | Business + Innovation

How a Chinese Billionaire Built Her Fortune -

Why Does Hair Change Colour And Turn Grey? | IFLScience

  • Nadja Bono
    Nadja Bono

    För att man använder billiga farliga tvätt medel till håret som drar ur både näring o färg

  • Albi Rivera
    Albi Rivera


Is There a Better Way to Talk About Wine? - The New Yorker

Death is always a surprise. No one expects it. Not even terminal patients think they are going to die in a day or two. In a week, maybe…

Our plan for a more diverse Pinterest | Pinterest Blog

Why Is It So Hard to Get a Great Bagel in California? - The New York Times

Do You Have the Imposter Syndrome? —Judith S. Beck, Ph.D.

Washington Post journalist, filmmaker and immigration activist, Jose Antonio Vargas, talks about his life as an undocumented immigrant.

  • J B
    J B

    While I can appreciate the efforts it took to survive here, I DO not appreciate illegal aliens. Come to this country yes- but do it correctly

  • ademola ayokanmi
    ademola ayokanmi

    It is easier said than complying with. Entering United States is an herculean tasks to many would be migrants and when they find it difficult to get in through the right channels, of course d desperate ones will bend d rule to get in. The bottom-line is for d American Government to relax some of her immigration laws. If people could be dying on d Mediterranean Sea everyday in thousands & many continue to embark on d journey to Europe not deterred by d fatality, http://admolaayokanmi.blogs...

  • ademola ayokanmi
    ademola ayokanmi

    Jose's experience is laughable and at the same time commendable. Now. he can be of immense help to other undocumented immigrants in the US. By offering them his wealth of advice on the American immigration laws and how they can improve their status and lives. His past suffering and ordeals were meant to prepare him for this honour-conferring assignment. http://ademolaayokanmi.blos...