Our sixth Digital Inclusion Week on October 4-8 was a huge success! And it wouldn’t have happened without all of you. Together, we had a hugely successful week-long campaign for digital inclusion. We tweeted, posted, hosted, spoke out, called for action, and raised awareness of the urgent need for digital equity.

“Our 600 affiliates came together to shine light on the digital divide, and we have reached more people than ever before,” said Angela Siefer, NDIA executive director. “We are no longer convincing people that this is an important issue. We are taking action. And it’s a beautiful thing to see in communities across the country.”

HUGE thanks to everyone across the country who participated in any way, and we hope the week lifted up some energy behind your work and in your communities!

Click here to download the graphics in this post. Special thanks to our sponsors: CEO Action for Racial Equity; HP, plus extra thanks for sponsoring billboards across the country; and to Twitter for providing support and also analytics for Digital Inclusion Week. See the highlights from the week below.



Check out some of our favorite moments from the week in the two galleries below. These include: CTN’s virtual Zoom signs; George Mason’s student-organized Digital Inclusion Week, which included a gameshow; a proclamation from Baltimore City; a Congressional briefing; and of course, a billboard bringing light to the digital divide in Times Square. Billboards were also shared across nine US cities at 120 locations.
Click the arrows to the left or right to see more images in the gallery.