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This edition of The Social Innovations Journal aims to provide insight into the problems of income inequality, social mobility, and the role of institutional and social racism. The authors share solutions and shed light on bright spots where organizations and individuals are overcoming society’s limitations. They also will share policy suggestions and case studies, to encourage lobbyists and policymakers to enact broad changes to make it easier for all people in the United States to achieve the dream we have been promised. Follow this link for the social justice and social mobility journal articles.
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The U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) released a new publicly available digital map that displays key indicators of broadband needs across the country. This is the first interactive, public map that allows users to explore different datasets about where people do not have quality Internet access. The public “Indicators of Broadband Need” tool puts on one map, data from both public and private sources. Additional resources can be found here.
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