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Comcast Partners With The American Association Of People With Disabilities To Help Close The Digital Divide

Originally published on Comcast.com KEY TAKEAWAYS Company announces grant to fund creation and delivery of specialized digital literacy training program materials and classes for the disability community. Since 2011, Comcast’s Internet Essentials program has connected more than eight million low-income Americans to the Internet, including nearly 210,000 individuals in the…

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Historically Black Hampton University Offers Free Semester to University of the Bahamas Students Affected by Hurricane Dorian

Virginia’s Hampton University, a historically Black college, is offering University of the Bahamas students displaced by Hurricane Dorian a free education for the rest of the fall semester. The University of the Bahamas is the country’s main public university. Dorian, a Category 5 storm, was the most severe hurricane to…

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Post Office Named After Black Hero Ryan Keith Cox

When a disgruntled employee opened fire at Virginia Beach municipal center on May 31, Ryan Keith Cox, an account clerk who had worked in the public utilities department for more than 12 years, saved several lives. Because of his heroics, Cox will have a post office named after him. The post office,…