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The 'Digital divide' hits rural Black Americans hardest, study finds

Nearly 40% of rural Black Americans have no internet at home. Image: REUTERS/Lindsey Wasson

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a chart showing the difference in digital access in america by demographic
Black people in Southern rural America are most likely to be without internet access. Image: Affordability & Availability: Expanding Broadband in the Black Rural South

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