Affordability and access to the Internet is a legacy problem that disproportionately affects Black Americans. With 23% of Black Americans and 30% of Black students reportedly caught in the digital divide, action by policymakers and the business community is urgent for this issue that impacts the health, economic opportunity and stability of Black families and communities. CEO Action for Racial Equity will support policies and solutions that are designed to achieve digital equity and inclusion, including calling on Congress to make permanent broadband benefits for unserved and underserved communities. To advance accessibility, the Fellowship is supporting the development of accurate broadband maps to understand the extent of the digital divide problem in unserved and underserved areas. CEO Action for Racial Equity also supports increasing technology adoption through community-led digital equity plans.