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Baltimore Nonprofit Works to Change Inequality

Baltimore Nonprofit Works to Change Inequality Matt Popovich

Baltimore nonprofit, HACK, is using technology to address disparities and digital inequality in the city, reports the Baltimore Sun. 

HACK Baltimore, a nonprofit using technology to address workforce development, health disparities, digital inequality and other city challenges, will open a headquarters at Power Plant Live at the Inner Harbor in the coming year.

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