Es Tu Dinero, Decides Tú

Making Policy Public

Es Tu Dinero, Decides Tú

What Does It Mean To Live In My Own Place?

Making Policy Public

What Does It Mean To Live In My Own Place?

If You Can Make It Here...

Urban Investigations

If You Can Make It Here...

Weathering the Storm

Technical Assistance

Weathering the Storm

Don't Get Iced

Public Access Design

Don't Get Iced

Rent, Rights, and Repairs

Public Access Design

Rent, Rights, and Repairs

Print Can You See My Screen?

When schools closed in March 2020, about 16 million K-12 students in the U.S. didn’t have access to a working device, high-speed Internet, or both. This digital divide disproportionately affects Black, Latinx, and low-income students. What is the digital divide? How does the lack of digital equity impact students doing remote learning? What could the future of digital learning look like?

In the spring of 2021, CUP collaborated with Teaching Artist Stephanie Eche and students from KAPPA International High School in the Bronx to investigate this issue. Students designed their ideal remote learning environments, surveyed their peers and community members, and interviewed key stakeholders working on the issue. The team gathered what they learned and created Can You See My Screen?, a poster that teaches others about the digital divide and how we might close the gap.

Learn more about the project here!

The Deciders

City Studies

The Deciders

Rumbo A Su Tarjeta Verde

Public Access Design

Rumbo A Su Tarjeta Verde

Level Up

City Studies

Level Up

Our Values, Our Voice, Our Vote

Making Policy Public

Our Values, Our Voice, Our Vote

Pass It On!

Making Policy Public

Pass It On!

Blunt Conversations

Urban Investigations

Blunt Conversations

Trouble With Your Water Bill?

Public Access Design

Trouble With Your Water Bill?

Block Party

City Studies

Block Party