A new series of surveys, interviews, and community meetings reveals that some North Carolinians distrust the news media and want it to do a better job of prioritizing community and political issues to create the news they need. A national […]
When it comes to the advantage of digital access in reducing isolation among seniors, there is a general recognition that technology is changing rapidly. As a result, traditional means of communication, are de- emphasized. However, not everyone can afford to be trendy with the latest forms of technology.
If you live or work in Charlotte, there’s a distinct possibility your broadband access is less than satisfactory. But you have options. A familiar wedge-and-crescent pattern of economic inequality also applies to broadband internet connections, slowing down access to development and educational opportunities in wide swaths of Charlotte.