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Michael Liimatta
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Empowering people in under served communities
Empowering people in under served communities

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Our new recovery house for women is now open.
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KSHB TV News did a story about our computer training program. Thanks to the KC Digital Inclusion Fund, the City of Kansas City Missouri, Google Fiber and Connecting for Good for supporting us in this effort!
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Benton Foundation Innovators in Digital Inclusion: Connecting for Good
https://www.benton.org/blog/innovators-digital-inclusion-connecting-good

Proud to be part of bringing this great organization into existence and grateful for good leadership after I left.
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Glad to be part of the Missouri Recovery Support Coalition! Watch the video and join us as we "Stand for Recovery."
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Ribbon cutting ceremony for the Wayne D. White Recovery Community Center, August 10, 2017 - http://www.kcfootprints.org/troost-outreach-center/
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It's National Digital Inclusion Week! Let's work to close the Digital Divide so everyone has equal access to the Internet. To see if there's an event scheduled near you to get involved with, visit the National Digital Inclusion Alliance.
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Let's stop shaming people who are struggling with substance use disorders and learn how to help them instead!
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Still waiting to hear what, if anything, the new Administration will do about this!
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Lots of hard work over several years and now this has finally become a reality! The Kansas City Digital Equity Strategic Plan was approved by the the City Council’s Neighborhood and Public Safety Committee, and goes to the full council Thursday.
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Excited to continue the legacy of my good friend, Brother Wayne White, helping the homeless and addicted in KC.
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