Why This Nonprofit Trying to Close the Racial Tech Gap Is Pulling in the Grants – Inside Philanthropy

After receiving an initial grant in 2014 from the Knight News Challenge Awards, CODE2040 is getting a new grant of $1.2 million dollars from Knight to expand its programs that address the racial tech gap.This grant comes along at a time when the digital realm’s inclusion gaps are receiving more attention from funders, although racial equity has been on the radar for the Knight Foundation for many years.

Source: Why This Nonprofit Trying to Close the Racial Tech Gap Is Pulling in the Grants – Inside Philanthropy: Fundraising Intelligence – Inside Philanthropy

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