Three individuals–a political cartoonist, a mother turned boxing coach, and an optician–navigate their lives with resourcefulness and determination in the face of Parkinson’s disease.
Technology plays a role in deepening societal divisions, and lack of access to computers threatens to widen these gaps.
Digital Divide (two one-hour shows) is for anyone who questions their role in the Information Age, and every person of color who worries they will never see a reflection of their culture or language in the largely white, mainly English world of the Internet. For those who feel they are being left behind because they don’t have a computer or Internet connection at work or at home, this series examines the role computers play in deepening societal divisions. Digital Divide explores how technology intersects with the social divisions of race, gender, and class — distinctions that have haunted the U.S. since its origin — as lack of access to computers threatens to widen these gaps in dramatic new ways.