A Vision for Inclusion:

An LGBT Broadband Future

A report on current scholarly and policy research about the particular needs of LGBT individuals and the Internet.

Prepared by Jessie Daniels, PhD and Mary L. Gray, PhD

for the LGBT Technology Partnership & Institute

The LGBT Technology Partnership & Institute will be releasing our research around the LGBT community and broadband announced last September at the LGBT Tech Fall Policy Forum. This research provides the first in-depth look into the ways the LGBT community uses the Internet and will provide policy leaders, corporations and LGBT organizations with crucial information.
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A Vision for Inclusion: An LGBT Broadband Future Addresses the Unique Technology Needs of the Community

The LGBT Technology Partnership & Institute’s newest research project, A Vision for Inclusion: An LGBT Broadband Future, set for release on Thursday, June 26th, will bring together a wide range of research to explore the importance of broadband technologies to the LGBT community. Read More.

Event Information & Registration:
June 26, 2014 at 8:30am

Rayburn Building

Room B-339

45 Independence Ave SW,

Washington, DC 20515

Detailed Event Information:

Opening Remarks:

Matthew Berry, Chief of Staff, FCC Commissioner Pai

Rep. David Cicilline, Co-Chair of the Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus, 1st District of Rhode Island

First Panel: Hear from the Authors:

Second Panel: The Impact of Broadband on LGBT Communities:

 

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