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The Equitable Internet Initiative accelerates outreach, training and wireless broadband Internet sharing on the neighborhood level in Detroit. The program’s mission is to ensure that more Detroit residents have the ability to leverage online access and digital technology for social and economic development.
Our Data Justice programming is rooted in the research of the potential and lived harms of Open Data, the industry of Big Data, and the swift onslaught of surveillance tech as they relate to our most vulnerable communities. We cultivate visions, practices, and recommendations for creating more consentful, equitable interactions with data for policy makers, community organizers, educators, and beyond.
Community Technology is a method of teaching and learning about technology with the goal of restoring relationships and healing social infrastructure. Community technologists are those who have the desire to build, design and facilitate a healthy integration of technology into people’s lives and communities, allowing them the fundamental human right to communicate.