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The wires may be there, but the dollars aren’t: Analysis shows why millions of California students lack broadband

April 28, 2021 Technology Equity

By Jackie Botts and Ricardo Cano CalMatters About twice a week, the $9.99 per month internet connection falters. It’s often as Mario Ramírez finally wrangles his [...]

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PNC Announces $88 Billion Community Benefits Plan

April 27, 2021 Economic Equity

Winslow, Evans and Crocker PITTSBURGH, April 27, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. (NYSE: PNC) today announced a Community Benefits Plan to provide $88 [...]

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CA Assembly Resolution Would Encourage Equity Analysis of Bills

April 27, 2021 Energy Equity, Economic Equity, Diversity & Inclusion, Health Equity, Environmental Equity, Technology Equity

Measure by Assemblymember Gipson Would Fill Gap in Analyzing Legislation   Contact: Brenda Contreras, Legislative/Press Aide for Assemblymember Mike A. Gipson, Brenda.Contreras@asm.ca.gov Bruce Mirken, Greenlining Institute [...]

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May 5-6 Racial Equity Summit Features “Caste” Author Isabel Wilkerson, Alicia Garza, Michael Tubbs, Manuel Pastor & More

April 26, 2021 Economic Summit

Greenlining Institute Virtual Summit Expands to Two Days of Programming  Contact: Bruce Mirken, Greenlining Institute Associate Director for Media Relations, 415-846-7758 (cell) OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA – With [...]

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‘Let This Be a Turning Point’: Chauvin Conviction Sparks Calls for ‘True Justice’

April 22, 2021

Common Dreams This is accountability, but not justice. That was the widely shared sentiment contained in a tidal wave of reaction Tuesday after a jury in Minnesota found Derek Chauvin, [...]

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Chauvin Trial Shows Need for Broad Focus on Systemic Racism

April 20, 2021 General

Officer’s Conviction Necessary but Not Sufficient, Greenlining Institute Says  Contact: Bruce Mirken, Greenlining Institute Associate Director for Media Relations, 415-846-7758 (cell) OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA – In response [...]

Opinion Columns

Shine some light in black box of algorithms used by government

April 9, 2021 Technology Equity

By Ed Chau and Debra Gore-Mann CalMatters You can’t see algorithms, but they can impact huge parts of your life, from seemingly minor things like what [...]

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As Biden Pushes Clean Mobility, New Report Examines Long-Term Funding Issues

April 7, 2021 Environmental Equity

Urges Sustainable, Equitable Support for Pioneering Programs  Contact: Bruce Mirken, Greenlining Institute Associate Director for Media Relations, 415-846-7758 (cell) OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA – California has an array [...]

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Gas heat and stoves are warming the climate. Should cities start banning them?

April 3, 2021 Energy Equity

By Alejandro Borunda National Geographic In the summer of 2019, the city council in Berkeley, California, made a bold and unprecedented move: They banned natural gas [...]

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Algorithmic Redlining Is Real. Why Not Algorithmic Greenlining?

April 2, 2021 Technology Equity

By Vinhcent Le Governing Imagine you live in a neighborhood that has long been under-resourced — “redlined” back in the days when such overt discrimination was both legal [...]

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