Technology has become an increasingly important tool for older adults and people with disabilities to stay connected to each other and to the goods, services, and supports they need to stay healthy and thrive. Please join Maryland Philanthropy Network’s Affinity on Aging and our distinguished speakers as we learn ways to bridge the “digital divide” and ensure everyone has access to affordable high-speed internet, devices, and skills allowing them to safely access meaningful content and online tools to meet their needs.
Please join Maryland Philanthropy Network for this first in a series of conversations about how inequities in digital access are impacting our communities during the pandemic and what can be done to address immediate needs. This first conversation will provide an overview on the situation in Baltimore.
A new analysis of American Community Survey (ACS) data shows that large numbers of Baltimore households lack two essential tools for getting online: wireline broadband service at home and computer...
The pandemic brought a lot of the systemic disparities that exist in society in stark relief, from digital access to education and health.
Persistent crime is the symptom of a lack of opportunity. A real leader would know that.