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To learn more about the impact of ConnectHome, check out a recently released study about conducted by HUD’s Office of Policy Development & Research

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HUD and T-Mobile Announce 5,000 Families in Bronx Public Housing to Receive Free Tablets and Mobile Internet Service New York, NY, 12/16/16

HUD and AT&T Join Forces to Narrow the Digital Divide Los Angeles, CA, 9/7/16

Comcast and HUD Collaborate to Close the Digital Divide for Up to 2 Million HUD-Assisted Households in Major Internet Essentials Program Expansion Philadelphia, PA, 7/15/16

Cox Communications Announces Major Effort to Close the Digital Divide with HUD ConnectHome Initiative Phoenix, AZ, 4/14/16

ConnectHome is connecting families to 21st Century digital opportunities. Here’s how. Little Rock, AR, 3/28/16

Comcast and HUD Announce Pilot Program to Close the Digital Divide for Public Housing Residents Miami, FL, 3/24/16

HUD and Google Fiber Announce First Public Housing Units to be Connected to Ultra High Speed Internet Kansas City, MO, 2/3/16

Common Sense Media and HUD Announce New National Commitment to Benefit ConnectHome San Francisco, CA, 12/8/15

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Tamara Butler is a community advocate for digital inclusion through ConnectHome in Kansas City, MO.

Communities / Families

Kansas City bridges the digital divide for 1,300 families

Through ConnectHome, Google Fiber worked with the Kansas City Housing Authority to offer ultra-high-speed Internet service at no cost to residents in select public housing authority properties. Both the housing …

 


Communities / Families

Choctaw Nation uses Internet to connect youth and elders

Choctaw Nation’s youth are instrumental in connecting their elders to the Internet. In partnership with Boswell Public Schools, Southeastern Oklahoma State University is educating the Choctaw Youth Advisory Board about …