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Eduard Arriaga and Andrés Villar

Print publication date: 2021

Print ISBN-13: 9781683402046

Published to Florida Scholarship Online: January 2022

DOI: 10.5744/florida/9781683402046.001.0001

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Between Analog and Digital Activism in Afro-Colombia

Between Analog and Digital Activism in Afro-Colombia

Interview with Yancy Castillo and Dora Inés Vivanco

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Afro-Latinx Digital Connections

Eduard Arriaga

Andrés Villar

, Eduard Arriaga, Andrés Villar
University Press of Florida

This interview with Yancy Castillo and Dora Inés Vivanco describes the uses CNOA makes of digital tools. CNOA emerged from an initial meeting of Afro-Colombian organizations in 2002, and since then has advocated for more than 270 Afrodescendant groups dealing with issues such as women’s and youth’s rights and people displaced by violence. Their activism has been constantly connected to both an alternative digital practice and to an innovative networked communitarianism linking Afro-Colombian populations in both rural and urban areas.

Keywords:   CNOA, Afrodescendant groups, alternative digital practice, networked communitarianism, Afro-Colombia, activism, rural, urban

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