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Juliana Castro-Varon is a designer, Fulbright scholar and the Founder of Cita Press, an award-winning open-access library and publishing studio. She’s the author of the essay collection Papel Sensible. Juliana has worked for museums, universities, non-profits, and agencies—in product, research, digital and print. More recently, she was the Senior Designer at the digital rights organization Access Now. At the Berkman Klein Center, Juliana will research the impact design and storytelling have on online civic discourse and disinformation.


Harvard Law Today

Exhibition in Kansas centers voices of formerly incarcerated women

“How the Light Gets In,” created by Sarah Newman and metaLAB (at) Harvard, in collaboration with the KU Center for Digital Inclusion.

“Freedom is the most beautiful thing life has to offer.” “I am not a criminal I was a drug addict.” “Beautiful things are never perfect.” Those…

Nov 29, 2022