Cuba: A Digital Dawn
Cuba: A Digital Dawn

Although access is still difficult, the internet revolution is taking hold in Cuba. It is estimated that around 25% of the Cuban population (mostly younger people) own a mobile phone. President Castro is slowly slackening his grip of the state and Cubans are venturing into a brave new world in which information, engagement and dissent are open to everyone.  If you they can find a wifi hotspot with a strong enough signal that is..

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Cuba: A Digital Dawn
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A digital dawn-Photo Bex Wade-9.jpg
A digital dawn-Photo Bex Wade-10.jpg
A digital dawn-Photo Bex Wade-12.jpg
A digital dawn-Photo Bex Wade-11.jpg
A digital dawn-Photo Bex Wade-13.jpg
A digital dawn-Photo Bex Wade-14.jpg
Cuba: A Digital Dawn

Although access is still difficult, the internet revolution is taking hold in Cuba. It is estimated that around 25% of the Cuban population (mostly younger people) own a mobile phone. President Castro is slowly slackening his grip of the state and Cubans are venturing into a brave new world in which information, engagement and dissent are open to everyone.  If you they can find a wifi hotspot with a strong enough signal that is..

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