Nearly 36 million immigrant and minority children in the US live in diverse ethnical and racial environments due to inequalities in rising incomes. These children are likely to face digital inequality (i.e. restricted access to the Internet and devices) as they grow up in low-income households in racially demarcated and under-served neighborhoods with poorly resourced schools. The Digital Media and Immigrants/Minorities/Low Income Workgroup examines how digital inequality affects learning and development prospects among these children. There is a need to identify areas requiring more research (such as how digital inequality is linked to child development, and what intermediations at the family, school, and community levels can alleviate the adverse effects of digital inequality) and formulate guidelines for healthcare professionals to help support equitable digital connectivity for these children.