Darlena Cunha

Darlena Cunha

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Darlena Cunha is an adjunct professor at the University of Florida and a freelance writer who frequently contributes to TIME, The Washington Post and The Atlantic, amid others.

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Community Networks 20 May 2021

Internet by the People, for the People – a View from the Digital Empowerment Foundation

The Digital Empowerment Foundation believes building community networks is something everyone can do. And people are doing it. Internet...

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Community Networks 28 April 2021

The Common Room: How an Artist Is Connecting Rural Indonesia One Village at a Time

A young person scrolls through Instagram to see the latest updates on their favorite profiles. To many around the...

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Community Networks 18 November 2020

Onno Purbo: 2020 Postel Award Winner Uses Human Touch to Bridge the Digital Divide

Onno Purbo is a people person. It’s not typically something you hear about an engineer. But it is through...

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Technology 20 November 2019

Alain Aina: 2019 Jonathan B. Postel Service Award Winner

Alain Aina has been a key player in the Internet in Africa. While the winner of this year’s Jonathan...

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Women in Tech 26 April 2019

Young People: Building an Internet for Everyone

Young people everywhere are building technology, mobilizing communities, and raising their voices to shape policies that create an Internet...

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Technology 19 July 2018

Steven G. Huter – The 2018 Jonathan B. Postel Service Award Winner

With so many moving parts to advancing Internet access and enabling communities to reach the rest of the world,...

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