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The Digital Divide: Not In My Backyard

The Digital Divide: Not In My Backyard

When I graduated from high school in the year 2000, it was apparent to me that not every one of my classmates who started kindergarten with me in 1987 were walking across the stage to collect their diplomas, let alone continue on to college. The only fiber we had at...

The Digital Divide: Not In My Backyard

When I graduated from high school in the year 2000, it was apparent to me that not every one of my classmates who started kindergarten with me in 1987 were walking across the stage to collect their diplomas, let alone continue on to college. The only fiber we had at...

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The Digital Divide: Not In My Backyard

The Digital Divide: Not In My Backyard

When I graduated from high school in the year 2000, it was apparent to me that not every one of my classmates who started kindergarten with me in 1987 were walking across the stage to collect their diplomas, let alone continue on to college. The only fiber we had at...

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Building Networks from D.C. to Your Community

Building Networks from D.C. to Your Community

In late October, Lit Communities’ Chief Strategy Officer, Rene Gonzalez and Chief Client Officer, Jessica Fowler traveled to Washington, D.C. to begin building strategic relationships and create awareness of our company and our priority markets. Through the assistance...

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Building a Digital Bridge

Building a Digital Bridge

Written by Ben Lewis-Ramirez and Rene Gonzalez As a result of the impacts from the digital divide in our communities, states, and country we are finally on a path towards closing these critical gaps in our infrastructure and deploying the technology of tomorrow. With...

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Medina County, Ohio

Lit Communities is working with Medina County, OH, to build last mile connectivity. Our business plan, road map, and deployment will connect approximately 50,000 residents and businesses. We’ve also launched a locally-operated ISP to create local jobs and keep the community first.

Brownsville, Texas

Brownsville, TX, consistently ranks one of the least connected cities in the United States. Our community-wide survey provided local leaders with valuable insights and feedback from residents. Our Community Action Plan included specific recommendations for an affordable service offering subsidized by the FCC’s Lifeline program, a unique local partnership with the community college to develop the necessary workforce for the project, and more.

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