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“Here are the words of those who attempt to cross the barbed wire.  Beyond those limits imposed by the real fence, the desire for freedom escapes.”

Luis Felipe Rojas Rosabal. 1971. San Germán, Holguín, Cuba.
Free and independent writer, journalist and poet.

 

11 Responses to “Profile”

  1. JR January 7, 2010 at 11:27 am #

    Hello,

    We have come across your blog about political issues in Cuba and would like to invite you to write an article for our political online-magazine politik-digital.de.

    politik-digital.de is an online platform on the topic of new media and politics launched from Berlin, Germany. Our aim is to inform about the linkage, mutual impact and new forms of political participation through and by the internet as well as other forms of new media. Accordingly, our focus is on developments in the area of social networking and net communication.

    For a new project we are inviting bloggers from all over the world to report on the role of internet campaigning and, more specifically, the dimension and impact of mobilisation by cell phone messages, blogs, and social media networks in their countrie’s last election.

    The articles submitted will be translated into German and published as part of a dossier on e-development on our website http://www.politik-digital.de. If you prefer writing in Spanish we will also be able to find a translater.

    To give you an idea of what we are looking for we have compiled a list of topics. We would like to see some or all of these covered in your article.

    § the last/upcoming election in your country
    § election campaigning
    § e-politics
    § e-campaigning
    § e-democracy
    § press freedom
    § freedom of speech
    § censorship
    § citizen media and blogging
    § availabilty and access to new media tools (internet, computers, cell phones)

    We have noticed that the use of the internet in politics is crucial in Cuba and many other South American countries. We sincerely hope that you will share your views on these issues with our readers.

    Please contact us if you have any further questions and if you are intersted in joining the project.

    Kind Regards,
    Jreitzig

  2. Jose Reyes January 30, 2010 at 7:55 pm #

    Mandame un Email si puedes!

  3. Pedro Rodrigues March 24, 2010 at 2:26 pm #

    Estimado amigo,

    ¿Usted podría, por favor, pedir a Yoani Sanchez para llamar o escribir a nuestro amigo @JorgePontual de TV Globo, para hablar de posible entrevista para la TV brasileña? pontual@msn.com

    Muchas gracias

    Pedro Rodrigues
    Sao Paulo – Brazil

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