In this episode, our expert host Oarabile Mudongo is joined by a true visionary in the Public Interest Technology (PIT) space: Esther Mwema.
Esther is a Senior Atlantic Fellow and Co-founder of Digital Grassroots, she's an artist and digital inequalities practitioner with a wealth of experience in internet governance, digital transformation, and innovation. Together with Oarabile, she delves into the fascinating topic of the intersection of arts, technology, and social impact in the PIT space.
Esther shares her insights on how technology and art can be used as powerful tools for social justice movements, and how prioritizing African feminist and decolonial practice can bring about positive change. We explore her experience with creating digital solutions that are accessible and equitable for marginalized communities.
As the conversation unfolds, Esther also talks about the importance of centering collaboration and open leadership in her work, and the potential for technology and art to foster greater understanding and connection across diverse communities.
And, as a special surprise at the end of the show, stay tuned for a thought-provoking and inspiring message from Esther that will leave you feeling empowered to create positive change in the world around you.
So sit back, relax, and get ready to be inspired by the amazing insights of Esther Mwema in this episode of "The Intersection of Arts, Technology & Social Impact"
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