To create, test and release open-source software that links databases to allow citizens of a large city to learn (and act on) civic information about their neighborhood or block
To promote open information systems by scaling two voting information tools, while engaging government and nonprofit partners with technology that adds transparency to the voting process.
To support the Inter American Press Association’s development of a strategic plan focusing on impact and sustainability.
To support TurboVote, an online platform for registering, finding election information, and voting by mail.
To support the Miami and San Jose tech communities by providing technical assistance and creating new tech models for those engaging with government for the first time.
To establish Knight Innovator in Residence program at Florida International University to work with students and faculty to develop innovative digital media projects and inspire new courses and research.
To support 'Library Acts of Culture' -- an initiative that will stage a series of artistic interventions in every library branch in all eight Knight resident communities.
To establish Miami as a City of Refuge for persecuted writers
To support the creation of a new strategy to develop diverse homegrown leadership for greater national and local impact.
To support a collaborative development process with NorthStar Advisors that will result in a strategic five-year expansion plan for Miami Childrens Museum.
For support of the fiscal agency program established in 2010
The grant will support a Chicas Poderosas gathering in Miami to increase the number of women working in newsroom technology.