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Bianca Santana on online activism

On September 17, 2011 By

This video was shot, produced and edited by Naveen Naqvi.

Bianca Santana is an activist and an educator for Open Educational Resources in Sao Paulo, Brazil. She also works to create awareness of reproductive health for women. Here she talks about how the Internet has helped her in her advocacy efforts.

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Raphael Tsavkko Garcia, blogger and writer for Global Voices in Sao Paulo, Brazil talks about his reportage on matters of religion. He believes there is growing religiosity in the world that is related to progress.

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Diego Casaes, Coeditor of Global Voices in Sao Paulo, Brazil talks about the possibility of ‘small revolutions’ through the new media.
 

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Made by Naveen Naqvi, São Paulo, Brazil.

This is a brief interview with Brazil-based Ana Carmen Foschini, author of ‘Conquiste a Rede/Conquer the Web,’ a series of four books written along with Roberto Taddei on how to do precisely what the title indicates. Here I have asked her what motivated her to write […]

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