AtlantaInno: Nonprofits team up with AT&T to bridge digital divide in Atlanta

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Inspiredu, an Atlanta-based nonprofit which aims to support digital inclusion and literacy for local communities, has partnered with nonprofit Digitunity and AT&T to bridge the digital divide in the city.

Digitunity, a national organization with the goal of eliminating the technology gap, received a $2.5 million contribution from AT&T to assist students and families who lack digital devices across the country as part of the “AT&T Connected Learning” initiative.

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