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Last week, Tech Goes Home Co-CEO Dan Noyes joined host Danielle Holly at Common Impact’s Skills for Cities for a Community Conversation on the role cross-sector partnerships can play in addressing the digital divide and advancing racial equity. Shortly after, they sat down for this conversation to take a deeper dive into the root causes of the digital divide, the fundamental changes we must make to create a digital world that is accessible to all, and why this is both a social and economic imperative.
Tech Goes Home is a nonprofit dedicated to addressing the digital inequities that pose a significant barrier to opportunity and success for students, workers, and families across Greater Boston. Visit techgoeshome.org to learn more and techgoeshome.org/get-involved for meaningful ways you can contribute toward digital inclusion and equity.
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