Darold Cuba

Darold Cuba

Darold Cuba

Darold Cuba is a Center for Public Leadership Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School, the Ivy League’s first Wikipedia Fellow, and the inaugural Oral History Fellow at the Washington National Cathedral. He is an alum of The New York Times, VICE, TriBeCa Enterprises, and Fox Home Entertainment. A co-founder of #HackingRacism at the Columbia Business School’s Innovation and Entrepreneurship Incubator (IE@Columbia, ℅’17), The #MappingFreedom Project, #DisruptWikipedia and The International Association of Freedom Colonies (iAFC), his work actively dismantles the settler colonial narrative, perspective, lens and worldview of the “colonizer culture” – especially the effects of digital/tech/data colonialism – through a process of decolonization and indigenization. This process includes disrupting and eliminating the “white gaze” (Morrison), the “white imagination” (Rankine), and the “colonized mind” (Fanon) of the “racecraft” (Fields) that create these institutional and systemic outputs that fail the “DuVernay Test” (Dargis) in the first place. Learn more here: https://entspeakersbureau.com/speakers/darold-cuba/