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Monday, April 1
 

9:00am

Call It by Its Name: Uncovering Digital Inclusion in Academic Literature and Research - Max Capacity Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond’s Charlotte Branch - MagnoliaFULLBibi Reisdorf • Mary Stansbury • Daina Nathaniel • Jill Castek • Roberto Gallardo • Tianca Crocker Closing the Digital Divide 101 for Local and State Elected Officials - Max Capacity Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond’s Charlotte Branch - PalmettoFILLINGJohn Coggin • Bruce Clark • Emy Tseng • Jeffrey Sural • Ed Blayney • Braxton Winston • Michelle Gibeault • Amy Huffman Community Reinvestment Act and Digital Inclusion - Max Capacity Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond’s Charlotte Branch - RaleighFILLINGJeanne Milliken Bonds Federal Policy's Impact on Local Digital Inclusion: Current and Potential Agency Policies and Legislation - Max Capacity Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond’s Charlotte Branch - ColumbiaFULLAlisa Valentin • Amina Fazlullah • Yosef Getachew • Dana Floberg • Olivia Wein • Francella Ochillo Radical Innovation in Digital Justice: A New Model for Private-Public Partnerships & Community Development Charlotte Mecklenburg Main Library - Francis AuditoriumKatherine Trujillo • Jordana Barton • Clarissa Ramon • Lydia Collins • Shauna Edson • Seth Ervin Using Broadband Data to Address Local Questions - Max Capacity Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond’s Charlotte Branch - DogwoodFULLJohn Horrigan • Karen Perry • Karen Mossberger • Georgia Bullen • Bill Callahan Using Virtual Reality (VR) to Engage Youth, Seniors & Community Storytellers Charlotte Mecklenburg Main Library - Dowd Learning RoomKathy Bisbee

1:30pm

5:30pm