National Geographic Turns Its Instagram Account Over to Women of Impact

The November issue of the magazine was the first to be written and photographed exclusively by females

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National Geographic is turning its Instagram account over to the women this week.

The science, adventure and exploration content publisher is celebrating its Women of Impact month, highlighted by the November issue of its magazine, which debuted Oct. 15.

National Geographic director of Instagram Josh Raab said in an interview that this issue of the magazine was the first to be written and photographed exclusively by women, with the stories focused on women, from the front cover to the back cover.

The publisher said in a release, “The November issue, which kicks off the magazine’s yearlong celebration of women who fearlessly push boundaries and inspire the next generation of changemakers, is available online now.

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