The Internet Archive is One of Eight Semifinalists in MacArthur Foundation’s Competition for $100 Million Grant
From the IA Blog:
So we are proud to announce that the Internet Archive is one of eight groups named semi-finalists today in 100&Change, a global competition for a single $100 million grant from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. The competition seeks bold solutions to critical problems of our time. Here’s how we propose creating transformative, lasting change:
Our vision empowers libraries to unlock their rich analog collections for a new generation of learners, enabling free, long-term, public access to knowledge.
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Read the Complete MacArthur Foundation Profile of The Internet Archive
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