AMP Blog: Detroit Community Technology Project

The Equitable Internet Initiative is Seeking Youth for the “Next Gen Apps Youth Program”

The Equitable Internet Initiative (EII) is seeking 60 middle and high school aged youth for the Next Gen Apps Youth Program. EII is a collaboration between the Detroit Community Technology Project (DCTP), Allied Media Projects (AMP), Grace in Action Collectives, WNUC Community Radio, and the Church of the Messiah's Boulevard Harambe Program. EII is working to ensure that Detroit residents have the ability to leverage digital technologies for social and economic development.

The Equitable Internet Initiative is Hiring App Development Trainers for the “Next Gen Apps Youth Program”

The Equitable Internet Initiative (EII) is hiring app development trainers for the Next Gen Apps Youth Program. The Next Gen Apps Youth Program is a free 4 week training program in app development for the gigabit environment being offered to 20 young people in Detroit's Southwest, Islandview, and North End neighborhoods.

Tips and Tools for Data Security

We leave a data trail with almost every interaction we have. The Detroit Community Technology Project wants to share some tools and resources from organizations and entities who have been thinking about data and digital security, to support our online and offline community members in taking control of their digital information.

DCTP Launches the Equitable Internet Initiative Digital Stewards Training Program

The Detroit Community Technology Project is excited to welcome its newest digital stewards into the Equitable Internet Initiative Digital Stewards Training Program.

Guidelines for Equitable Open Data

Since the City of Detroit launched the Open Data Portal and GO DATA policy initiative in 2015, the Detroit Digital Justice Coalition (DDJC) and Detroit Community Technology Project (DCTP) have been exploring how to advance equitable practices for collecting, disseminating and using open data. Here are our recommended Guidelines for Equitable Open Data in Detroit.