34 Million Americans Remain Without Affordable Internet

34 Million Americans Remain Without Affordable Internet

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Meet AnaMaria Ruiz and Carolina Hernandez. AnaMaria and Carolina work with Latino and non-English speaking parents, families and communities on education, literacy, and workforce preparedness. Access to affordable Internet is a critical part of this work.

Meet AnaMaria Ruiz and Carolina Hernandez. AnaMaria and Carolina work with Latino and non-English families and communities on education, literacy and workforce preparedness. Access to affordable Internet is a critical part of this work.

Unfortunately, there are 34 million people who cannot afford Internet at home. This particularly affects Latinos, non-English speakers, people with disabilities, young people, seniors and people with incomes below the poverty line.

Shouldn’t all people have access to affordable Internet at home?

It’s time to level the playing field. Please send an email to the Federal Communications Commissioners asking to expand the Lifeline Program to include broadband access for all low-income families.

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