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Twitter Chat With Soledad O’Brien

Photo by Rebecca Hale/National Geographic

Whether we realize it or not, geography plays a huge part in our everyday lives.

Broadcast journalist Soledad O’Brien, the moderator of this year’s National Geographic Bee, has traveled to countless places around the world. What have her travels taught her? And what are her favorite places to visit?

Now’s your chance to ask O’Brien your questions about the role geography plays in her life. Join us for a live Twitter chat on Monday, May 19 at 1:00 p.m. ET.  Follow @NatGeoLive and @soledadobrien on Twitter and tweet your questions with the hashtag #NatGeoLive.

Don’t forget to watch students from across the United States compete in the #GeoBee on the National Geographic Channel airing Thursday, May 22 at 7:00 p.m. ET.

  • Pallab Ghosh

    Just Awesome.

  • Dina Sonia

    Job well done as quest speaker for UNOs 2014 graduates. Your message also kept my 14 year old son’s attention!

  • Ukpabio

    Good job dear

  • Gbolaahan

    Though I Am Not A Geo Student But I Love Watching Documentries On Geography.

  • jalil


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