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Digital Inclusion practitioners have been working to end the digital divide for decades, creating their own community, definitions, resources, and gaining knowledge of what works and doesn’t. Digital Inclusion is a multifaceted issue that takes time to understand and NDIA is here to help! Registration Required.

Authorized and funded under Title III of the Infrastructure Investment & Jobs Act, The Idaho Commission for Libraries (ICfL) is working with community partners in a range of fields to create a digital access and inclusion plan for the state. In Idaho, ICfL has named this plan “Digital Access for All Idahoans.” This gathering is one of the […]

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We have an historic opportunity right now to create a more equitable and inclusive approach to advancing digital equity. Digital inclusion practitioners, community leaders and state and local leaders are looking for the most effective digital equity solutions and how to best allocate federal funds. It is critical that these stakeholders have a roadmap for […]

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From COVID-19 to abortion access to Monkeypox, we continue to see massive public health failures. In the face of this organized abandonment and criminalization, we are simultaneously struggling against the impact of profit-driven technology that catalyzes mass surveillance and rampant misinformation and disinformation. The MediaJustice Network’s Fall political education series examines the current landscape of […]

For Digital Inclusion Week 2022, DIPNJ is proud to highlight the ongoing work of the Jersey City Housing Authority to Bridge the Digital Divide. Since joining the ConnectHomeUSA initiative in 2018, JCHA has partnered with local and national organizations to provide HA residents and housing choice voucher holders with device distributions, digital literacy training, high-speed […]

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The National Collaborative for Digital Equity (NCDE) and FDIC are planning a webinar series in Fall 2022 culminating in a two-day National Summit on Financial, Economic and Digital inclusion during March 15-16, 2023 at FDIC Atlanta, in partnership with national leaders in inclusion, including the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, FCC, Schools Health & Libraries Broadband Coalition, State […]

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This webinar features a conversation on the realities of the digital divide within the colonias of Texas. Colonias are housing developments along the south Texas border that are part of the rural landscape of Texas. These vibrant communities often lack services, such as drinking water, sewage treatment, paved roads, and Internet infrastructure. Currently, about 500,000 […]

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City leaders are rightly focused on building broadband infrastructure and finding affordable broadband connections for residents – but without a computer and some technical know-how, too many people will still be left on the wrong side of the digital divide. Hear directly from cities and nonprofits leading the charge to get free or low-cost laptops […]

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Join NDIA on the third Friday of every month at 1 PM ET for the Open Community Calls where we will share national resources and on-the-ground strategies for providing digital inclusion services. Registration is required.

Alliant CreditUnion 11545 W. Touhy Ave., Chicago, IL

Illinois friends, Alliant Credit Union helping you responsibly donate your gently-used electronics with our partner PCs for People. This organization securely and permanently deletes data on devices and then provides refurbished equipment to communities in need — right in your neighborhood! When: Wednesday, October 26 from 9 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Where: Alliant Credit Union corporate […]

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