I just downloaded a wonderful high-resolution jpg of an equal-area projection Peters Map of the world for FREE thanks to Bob Abramms and our friends at ODT Maps, and you can, too!
The Peters Map jpg is branded with the Doctors Without Borders logo, but, hey, you can print it out most any size you want; it is a terrific asset to a classroom, training room, meeting room, etc. Click here to download your copy.
While you’re at it, you can also download a Hobo-Dyer equal-area projection map via this link. This one is not quite as usable, as it has the Carter Center data all over it. But, it is high-resolution and free.
In Bob’s and ODT’s incredible retirement generosity, they have uploaded other free things you can get your hands on:
- Free hardcopy maps and more at (really some wonderful learning materials here): https://manywaystoseetheworld.org/collections/free-maps-and-more
- Free digital maps and more at: https://manywaystoseetheworld.org/collections/free-downloads-articles-maps-books-atlases-outline-map-kits-handouts-teachers-guides-mp3-audio-files-etc
- Free Diversity Materials at: https://manywaystoseetheworld.org/collections/diversity-digital
- Free Empowerment Materials at: https://manywaystoseetheworld.org/collections/empowerment
We are not retiring BUT, as always, Cultural Detective offers a huge selection of freebies, accessible and downloadable anytime here.
Bless you for helping build intercultural competence, respect, justice, equity, inclusion and collaboration in this polarized world of ours! You are doing vital work.