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1 Meet Tia Price, the director of the Baltimore Digital Equity Coalition
2 Cities Struggle to End the Urban Digital Divide
3 Here's what Baltimore tech access advocates think of the City's new digital equity director role
4 50 Baltimore orgs are joining together to close the digital divide — during the pandemic, and beyond
5 To the incoming mayor of Baltimore: Close the digital divide for all
6 The federal government's internet discount is slow to reach residents. These community leaders are offering a connection
7 Maryland is putting $300M in COVID-19 relief funds toward broadband and digital inclusion
8 Interested in the city's economic future? Check out the BDC's 'Baltimore Together' plan
9 Here’s how Comcast could be a better community partner in Baltimore | COMMENTARY
10 A Maryland bill seeks to create a statewide digital inclusion office. It's getting support from the local tech community
11 The US government's next pandemic aid will cover broadband. What will it mean for Baltimore's digital divide?
12 Maryland lawmakers look to plug in disconnected residents
13 Maryland establishes Office of Statewide Broadband
14 After scaling back due to COVID, Baltimore’s YouthWorks program welcomes some teens back to in-person jobs this summer
15 Baltimore City Council Request Investigation Into Comcast’s Alleged Price Gouging
16 Pratt Library to provide free internet and technology to Baltimoreans
17 Report: The digital divide is a state issue in Maryland
18 7 Baltimore initiatives formed since the summer of protests that are working to create a more equitable innovation economy
19 Baltimore orgs partner to host virtual career fair to increase diversity in tech
20 Baltimore City council call on AG Frosh to investigate Comcast's data cap, price gouging
21 RealLIST Connectors 2021: Meet 25 leaders growing Baltimore's tech and entrepreneurship network
22 Baltimore councilmen request price gouging investigation into Comcast internet data cap; grace period extended to August
23 Is it possible that COVID helped digital equity in DC?
24 About 10% of Franklin County households don't have reliable internet. This new coalition is trying to fix that problem.
25 40% of Baltimore households lack wired internet access: report
26 Comcast is delaying plans to enforce internet data caps until 2022
27 3 ways to contribute to the common good, for tech companies that don't believe in the separation between work and state
28 Four students who can only access the internet through one shared hotspot
29 This Week in Jobs DMV: Blaze Your Own Trail
30 Broadband Equity for All Coalition Sets Sights On Long-Term Broadband Benefit
31 What’s New in Civic Tech: 2021 Digital Inclusion Trailblazers
32 Baltimore City Council members urge FCC to strengthen regulation of internet service providers to improve students’ access
33 Baltimore partners with PCs for People to provide computers to low-income families
34 Comcast’s Xfinity to add fees for customers who exceed data threshold, renewing concerns over digital divide
35 A.C.C., Big Ten and Pac-12 Form Coalition to Counter SEC’s Might
36 Power Moves: Byte Back CEO Elizabeth Lindsey will depart for Urban Alliance
37 HACK Baltimore, using technology to solve city challenges, will open headquarters at Power Plant Live
38 In 2020, many Marylanders still lack high-speed internet. And that’s a problem for work and school.
39 HACK Baltimore has a new downtown HQ
40 Inside the tech and community collaborations that drove 4 grassroots pandemic responses in Baltimore
41 Xfinity data cap that would affect Marylanders is postponed by Comcast until 2022
42 Report: 40% of Baltimore households lack wireline internet access
43 Online Registration Now Open For YouthWorks 2021 Summer Jobs Program
44 Opinion | We’re Burying Our Kids in Debt (Just Not the Way You Think)
45 32 Baltimore tech leaders on how 2020 will shape the future
46 City leaders call for end to 'digital redlining'
47 Vice President Harris hears from Baltimore student activist Kimberly Vasquez in listening session about digital divide
48 Seahawks, Microsoft and Washington State Officials Team Up For New Digital Equity Fund
49 City officials, tech companies, public schools partner to launch new internship program for high schoolers
50 Firaxis Game Studio donates $100K to Code in the Schools for digital equity work
51 Baltimore students, national activists call on Comcast, FCC to expand Wi-Fi access
52 Viewpoint: Real equity in Baltimore means having a reliable, efficient transit system
53 Think Systems' Ed Mullin Named Influential Marylander by The Daily Record
54 ‘Zonecasting’ is just another form of digital redlining | COMMENTARY
55 Annapolis Hispanic liaison leads regional COVID-19 equity coalition to address health care issues, vaccines
56 Partnerships, sustained federal help key to ending 'digital redlining,' city leaders say
57 A Former Comcast Employee Explains Why Low-Income WiFi Packages Aren't Helping Students
58 California Senator Explains Next Steps For Psychedelics And Broader Drug Reform After Bill Stalls
59 Lack of Internet in Maryland Is Problem for Work, School
60 Hundreds of Artists Sign Open Letter Calling for US to Offer Asylum to Afghan Culture Workers
61 What’s New in Civic Tech: Meet the 50 Mayors Challenge Cities
62 'The Black Butterfly' Maps a Path to Racial Equity
63 Sweeping Illinois Clean Energy Bill Also Bails Out Nuclear Power
64 Op-Ed: Cardinals OL Kelvin Beachum says it's time to close the digital divide
65 Digital equity funding may get cut in DC. Here's what you need to know
66 Baltimore-area tech companies join forces to lower hiring barriers, increase diversity
67 Baltimore libraries are extending free Wi-Fi outside neighborhood branches
68 Why fixing the digital divide in Kansas City is important to public health
69 In a time of crisis, solidarity grows between Black and Latino activists in Baltimore
70 Montgomery County needs affordable broadband, not 5G cell towers, to bridge the digital divide
71 Maryland House overrides Hogan's veto of digital ad tax
72 FCC Asked To Include States In Mapping, Maryland's $300M For Broadband, Energy-Saving STB Agreement
73 The FCC Says It Is All About Closing the Digital Divide. How Is It Doing?
74 Breaking from his party, Zeke Cohen endorses Franca Muller Paz
75 The broadband gap's dirty secret: Redlining still exists in digital form
76 Federal Lawmakers, City Officials Want Funding to End 'Highway to Nowhere'
77 New project seeks to improve retention and graduation rates for students of color at University of Illinois: ‘They have a platform, they have the resources.’
78 Rowdy Orb.it will expand free Wi-Fi project to more underserved Baltimore neighborhoods
79 Hogan signs off on $577 million for Maryland’s historically Black colleges and universities
80 Closing the digital divide | Opinion
81 RealLIST Connectors: Meet 110 top community builders in Baltimore tech and entrepreneurship
82 Baltimore real estate development company The Fillyaw Group launches with a focus on equitable housing
83 In Baltimore, the Costs of Urban Heat Can Add Up
84 A more diverse tech workforce can help close skills gaps. This DMV collaboration is creating the pathways to careers
85 Viewpoint: Healthy city, healthy bid — How Baltimore should host the World Cup
86 Maryland administrator who oversaw Purple Line construction is chosen to lead Vancouver transit agency
87 The Fight for Racial Equity Can't Overlook Technology
88 City workers are facing missed paychecks after a switch to new HR software. Unions want answers
89 Here's what's next for the Smart Columbus initiative as city, Columbus Partnership plot its future
90 State AG Update: Jan. 25-29, 2021
91 Power Moves: GreenLight Fund names Ryan Turner as executive director for Baltimore
92 BBJ's Leaders in Diversity Awards 2021: Michael Castagnola, SmartLogic
93 Library CEO Pat Losinski on booking time each day for exercise, reflection, eating well
94 From commitments to action: How CEOs can advance racial equity in their regional economies
95 MoCo Coalition's Response to Unfactual Claims About 5G Cell Tower ZTA 19-07
96 Five years later, many across Baltimore bitterly lament Gov. Hogan’s decision to kill the Red Line light rail
97 Two Milwaukee workforce organizations join Midwest coalition to advance racial equity in manufacturing
98 Community Impact Grants | Seattle Mariners
99 With First Veto, Scott Rejects Controversial Security Deposit Bill
100 Technology Problems Can Be Solved if Policy-Makers Listen to One Another, Says Colorado's Phil Weiser