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A Healthier Heartland

By Cameual Wright, MD, MBA, Chief Medical Officer for CareSource Indiana Indiana's mix of urban and rural communities provides a good opportunity to understand how...

Indy’s Jeff Teague teams up to bridge digital divide for Indianapolis students

Pike High School basketball head coach and NBA champion Jeff Teague joined forces with AT&T and Human-I-T to bridge the digital divide for Indianapolis...

Gary to combat digital divide with $8 million tech investment

Gary, Indiana, expects to soon launch The Fiber Smart House, a new $8 million tech epicenter, in the city's historic Union Station. The project,...

Tackling the digital divide with tech-tactic treats for students going back to school

On Saturday, the Community Alliance of the Far Eastside (CAFÉ) celebrated their fourth annual Far Eastside Festival. The free event included entertainment, community resources, youth...

Indianapolis Urban League receives first AT&T Connected Learning Center

Connected Learning Centers provide free internet access and education tools for those impacted by the digital divide. AT&T Indiana also provided a $50,000 contribution to the organization for additional support of the center.
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