A Social Network For Low-Income Immigrant Neighborhoods

A Social Network For Low-Income Immigrant Neighborhoods
technology

Hoodr is a hyper-local community platform built to strengthen the social fabric of marginalized areas, providing its denizens a means to debate and express local events and opinions while combating the often one-sided picture portrayed by the media.

Dan Gould
  • 16 september 2010

Hoodr is a hyper-local community platform developed specifically to strengthen the social fabric of low-income immigrant neighborhoods, providing its denizens a means to debate and express local events and opinions while combating the often one-sided picture portrayed by the media. Users snap pictures, upload stories and geo-tag events in their neighborhoods, uploading them to a common site accessible by locals, outsiders, media, municipality and other stakeholders.

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