DrDigipol on Cuba

December 8, 2016

Cuba, Technology & US-Cuba Relations - Ths, 12/15 @ 4:00 EST

Note: This program is archived on Dr. Digipol’s Facebook page and YouTube.
The Dr. Digipol Show with Alan Rosenblatt:
     Cuba, Technology & Normalizing US-Cuba Relations
Featuring Nalda Vigezzi, Greg Klave, & Cheryl LaBash
from the National Network on Cuba
Thursday, December 15, 4:00-5:00pm (EST)

Nearing the two year anniversary of the historic December 17, 2014 joint normalization announcements by Presidents Barack Obama and Raul Castro, we talk with three of the five co-chairs in the National Network on Cuba about the implications of the death of Fidel Castro and the new regime of president-elect Donald Trump for US-Cuba relations.  Nalda, Greg, and Cheryl will also discuss the use of media and technology they co-ordinate for the network of solidarity groups – the www.nnoc.info web site and listserv, its Facebook page and webinars, organizing and advising local film and video festivals.

The Dr. DigiPol Show with Alan Rosenblatt — #DrDshow, @DrDigiPol, http://facebook.com/DrDigiPolisIN — offers cutting-edge analysis of how digital and social media is transforming our political reality. The show is streamed live via Shindig.com, a turnkey interactive video conference and webinar platform, on Thursdays at 4:00 pm EST (1:00 PM PST) and features a weekly roundup of how social and digital media is impacting the politics of the day and expert guests who will take a deep dive into new ways that digital media is changing the way we engage in politics. The RSVP page for this program is at http://events.shindig.com/event/digipolshow15.

—–peter                                                                                          https://peterbmiller.wordpress.com/cuba-project

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posted to (partial listing): liberationtech@lists.stanford.edu, ciresearchers@vancouvercommunity.net, NTEN-ntendiscuss@ConnectedCommunity.org, riders-talk@npogroups.org, electronicadvocacy@yahoogroups.com, alliance-members@lists.alliancecm.org, nptech@missionbasedmassachusetts.net, Science for the People <sftporg@googlegroups.com>, some with special notes.

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