Last updated: November 29, 2010 - 10:36am
The Silicon Flatirons conference on The National Broadband Plan and Accessibility for People with Disabilities at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Library in Washington, D.C. was a momentous occasion. It was a day filled with aspirations and hope -- and a belief that we could and would come together and fulfill Congress' vision of broadband access for all Americans, including those with disabilities.
The blueprint in the National Broadband Plan is ambitious, and we are heartened by all those who have expressed commitment to work with us to implement the vision. More soon on how we plan to keep the momentum going, but in the meantime, thank you to all those who have helped shape the plan and make it a vehicle to ensure that people with disabilities have equal access to broadband communications.
- National Broadband Plan Workshop (Broadband Accessibility for People with Disabilities II)
- Summit Speakers Want More Broadband Access For Minorities, Criticize Net Neutrality
- National Broadband Plan Field Hearing on Disabilities
- Schools, Health and Libraries Broadband Coalition
- National Broadband Plan Workshop on Opportunities for Individuals with Disabilities (see summary)
- New Broadband Coalition to Push for Focus on 'Anchor Institutions'
- Rev Jackson: Tech companies should observe MLK birthday
- FCC Broadband Field Hearing on Access for People with Disabilities
- Genachowski's Stresses Congress' Role In Broadband Plan
- The National Broadband Plan and Accessibility for People with Disabilities Conference
- The Rise of Broadband Video and the Future of Digital Media
- Broadband Opportunities for People With Disabilities
- Let There Be Wi-Fi: Community Broadband and the Future of the Internet
- Recap of FCC Broadband Accessibility Workshop II
- National Broadband Plan will hurt rural America, 40 House members say