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Name three types of technology that you have used. What kind is your favorite? On a scale of one to ten, how would you feel if you couldn’t use the internet? 1 – I’d just die; I can’t live without it! 5 - I’d miss it some, but have other things to occupy my time.

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Name three types of technology

that you have used.

What kind is your favorite?

On a scale of one to ten, how would you

feel if you couldn’t use the internet?

1 – I’d just die; I can’t live without it!

5 - I’d miss it some, but have other things to occupy my time.

10 – I wouldn’t care, I don’t use it much!


  • Well, if you have to

    have your technology,

    Cuba is not the place for you.

  • The government considers technology to be a tool that is being used as a weapon against their country. Because of this, they restrict its use.

  • How is it used as a weapon?


Cuba’s War Against Technology

By Maureen O’Grady



Because
Because….. the hands of its people?

Knowledge is Power!


Knowledge is power
Knowledge is Power the hands of its people?

Knowing about others’ struggles against the communist regime helps Cubans know what’s going on in their country.


I will not shut up i will not leave
I Will Not Shut Up, the hands of its people?I Will Not Leave

  • Jorge Luis GarcíaPérez “Antúnez

  • A statement of principles from one who suffered 17 years and 38 days of

  • political imprisonment in Cuba.

  • I will not shut up because I will continue to raise my voice and to denounce and resist, peacefully but directly, the totalitarian regime in Cuba

    I will not leave, I will not abandon my country because to do so would show an immense lack of faith in the inevitable return of freedom.


    Knowledge is power1
    Knowledge is Power! the hands of its people?

    • social networks summon people to street protests, then spread news of the protests.


    • Knowledge is Power the hands of its people?

      Being able to communicate with other people

      around the world gives Cubans information that

      the Cuban government doesn’t want its

      citizens to know.

    Yoani Sanchez followed via Twitter the upheaval in Egypt that ultimately led to the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak and responded with her own tweets.

    "What a great lesson the Egyptians are giving us!" she wrote.

    Sanchez has won a huge global audience with her blog "Generation Y," which criticizes the Cuban government and comments on daily hardships.


    Times they are a changing
    Times, they are A-changing! the hands of its people?

    • In the last few years, the Cuban government started allowing their citizens to own a cellphone. This is for adults only. Children in Cuba rarely own cellphones.

    • Out of 11 million Cuban citizens, only 2 million have the internet.


    Let s translate those millions into numbers we can understand
    Let’s the hands of its people?translate those millions into numbers we can understand!

    • Let’s translate those millions into numbers we can understand!

    SO… about 6 member of our class

    would have the internet!


    Food for thought
    Food for Thought the hands of its people?

    The next time you call your mom on your cellphone, send your friends emails, or use a computer to find out what’s happening around the world, remember the people of Cuba. The communist regime doesn’t want Cubans citizens using technology. They want to keep them in the dark .


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