Internet For All

MCT is a part of the Internet For All campaign initiated by the California Emerging Technology Fund.  We strongly believe in the Five (5) recommendations in connection with the Comcast / Time Warner purchase.

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  • In the heart of Silicon Valley, parents drive their children to the library nightly so they can get on a computer with Internet access to do their homework. 
  • In Los Angeles, low-income job hunters take long bus rides to a job-training center to submit their resumes online, otherwise employers won’t accept them. 
  • In Fresno, migrant families spend all of their income on rent and food, leaving nothing to pay for a computer and Internet service at home.  

Why is this still happening in a country that sits at the epicenter of the technology revolution? 

The answer:  The country needs affordable high-speed Internet at home for all low-income households. 

Today, one in four households across America remains on the wrong side of the Digital Divide and are being left behind at an accelerating pace. 

We know first-hand from being in the trenches with the most disadvantaged populations and impoverished neighborhoods that they are up against a "wall of poverty" that demands action from all of us, including FCC Commissioners and our elected representatives.

Please help us knock down the “wall of poverty” by urging the FCC to require Internet service providers that want to merger to deliver affordable Internet to all low-income households. 

Today, Comcast has enrolled just 14% of eligible USA families with schoolchildren in its affordable Internet Essentials program. Tell the FCC 14% isn’t good enough and all low-income households should be eligible. 

Evolution of Technology

Technology has adapted or brought out a new ‘norm’ in society. The changes that have occurred can be seen if you look at how technology has evolved throughout history and how we as a society function differently due to our tech. The boards bellow explain how technology has advanced. Feel free to click on the images to zoom in to learn everything.

Scare The Flu Away



Wednesday, October 29, 2014 – 11:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. 

Inglewood, CA:   Under its Virtual Community Wellness Project, Manchester Community Technologies held a 'Scare The Flu Away" event at Osage Senior Villas in Inglewood.   eCare Technicians assisted residents by taking their vital statistics to include blood pressure, oxygen level, height, weight, pulse and temperature, all using electronic Telehealth devices.  Residents were delighted to have these services delivered right to their door.  

The event featured Walgreen Pharmacy staff who spoke on the importance of getting an annual flu-shot.  Residents were able to ask questions and received valuable information on their medications and overall health and wellness.  Walgreens also provided flu shots to residents without cost.  Also a Life Worth Saving representative spoke on the importance of self-examination and seeking medical attention in a timely manner if anything feels out of sorts. 

The Virtual Community Wellness Project promotes the AgeInPlace@Home Initiative.

Back2School Tech Fair



Saturday, August 23, 2014 – 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.  

The 1st Annual Back2School Tech Fair was held at Darby Park in late August.  The Tech Fair focused on educating youth on the importance of technology. The workshop covered the Evolution of Technology Series with more than 45 children and adults in attendance. Participants were informed on how technology has grown, the history of technology, and why it is important today through the use of posters, games, and informational graphics. All youth left with a stylus, basic school supplies to help them stay focused in school and digital literacy information.  Parents also participated in prize give-a-aways.  Several local businesses helped to make this event a success including Walgreens, Red Tag Discount Stores, Jack-In-The Box and YogurtLand. 

The Digital Drummer Review

PR - Business Seminar Beyond the fact that they had a real time demonstration of what could be done with Broadband technology…beyond the dynamic speakers..beyond the contacts (not to mention $100 they gave away)…It was truly an empowering and uplifting time for all. I'm posting this review up today, because even if you're not in California, the programs and initiatives they were talking about, more in likely exist in your community or state. With the new Obama administration putting Billions into upgrading and modernizing IT infrastructure....we've got to spread the knowledge.

Computer Technology Seminar


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Saturday, July 16, 2005 – 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.Contact : INGLEWOOD, CA – JULY 8, 2005 -- Inglewood Councilman, Curren D. Price, Jr.,  is helping to bridge the computer technology gap in Inglewood by providing a free seminar on computer technology covering a myriad of topics.  The seminar, which will be held as part of Price’s Town Hall meeting, will provide a hands-on opportunity for residents to understand and utilize computer technology.  The seminar will be held Saturday, July 16, 2005 from 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.  at the Manchester I-COPPS Center located at 2901 W. Manchester Blvd. 

Press Room

The articles, press releases and news releases highlight some of the technology events and activities facilitated by members of the Manchester Community Technologies' team.

Featured Articles Include:

2010 - Article: Black Business Promotes WiFi

5 PR - WiFi Project 

2009 - Article: WiFi Initiative Boost Corridor

2009 - Article: Business in Technology Seminar.

2009 - Event Announcement - Black Family Technology Awareness Week

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