Several years ago, a multi-pronged Knight Foundation effort focused on ways to bridge the digital divide in Detroit, a formidable task in a city where less than 40 percent of households have broadband access. A new report provides insights into the foundation's efforts and could provide lessons on what works and what doesn’t for communities trying to digitally connect the 100 million Americans without home broadband access. In the video above, Jean Caldwell talks about her experience as a graduate of the Knight-funded Basic Computer Class at Focus: Hope in Detroit. She was one of over 1500 people in the city to receive a free laptop. Learn more at knightfoundation.org/detroitbroadband.