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Bridging the Digital Divide: Actor Hill Harper Thinks ‘Free Data’ Holds the Answers

It’s taken for granted, in this day and age, that everyone has a smartphone. Everyone and their great-grandmother is FaceTiming, Snapchatting, and streaming music and video. What shouldn’t be taken for granted, however, is that everyone has access to a data plan via their smartphone. This is especially true when talking about people from underrepresented communities. […]
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